A public health notice for all guests of Orakai Hotels and Resorts

Covid19 - Strengthening Preventive Management

Given the ongoing COVID-19 situation globally, the Korean government has significantly strengthened quarantine measures required for all overseas visitors.

From midnight on the 1st April 2020, the Republic of Korea, Ministry of Health and Welfare will impose a mandatory 14-day quarantine for ALL inbound travellers.

What does this mean?

All travellers will be required to quarantine at a government designated facility at their own expense for 14 days.
This restriction includes individuals traveling on 90 day visa free travel and short-term visa holders.
Travelers who are long-stay or residents will be required to self-quarantine at their own residence and provide the registered address.

Orakai Hotels and Resorts is not a government designated facility and therefore is not able to accept short stay international guests until after
the designated mandatory 14 day quarantine period at a government designated facility.

Orakai Hotels and Resorts is able to accept long-stay guests and residents retuning to Korea who are currently residing at one of the hotels
and has the hotel listed as their registered address.

All long-term guests and residents returning from overseas must self-quarantine for 14 days and abide by the quarantine guidelines provided by
the hotel for the full 14 day quarantine period. These guidelines will be provided to you on arrival to the hotel.

Orakai Hotel and Resorts have implemented a range of other preventative measures at each hotel to ensure the well-being and safety of all guests.
This includes mandatory temperature checking and hand sanitising of all individuals entering the hotel and a travel history review for guests checking into the hotel.

For the safety of our guests, residents and employees, we kindly ask for your understanding and cooperation during this time and appreciate your contribution to preventing
the spread of COVID-19 in South Korea and Globally.

Remember – please following hygiene practices, wash your hands with soap and water regularly and if you believe that you may have symptoms of COVID-19,
please call the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) treatment hotline at 1339 or 1345 (English) to be directed to an appropriate facility.

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