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Following the latest developments on the coronavirus, Thermae.com would like to inform you of the measures we are taking at all of our locations to ensure a safe, healthy wellness and sports environment for everyone.
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Every day, we do everything in our power to keep the risk of infection to a minimum. This includes regularly disinfecting our thermal baths (door handles, toilet seats, massage tables etc.) and recently, we have increased the frequency of this to several times a day. You also don’t have to worry about the water. The water quality is checked several times a day, the swimming pools are disinfected andthe coronavirus is part of a group of viruses that practically doesn’t survive in water. High temperatures and higher humidity are two other conditions in which the coronavirus finds it harder to stay intact. So, a visit to the sauna or hammam is absolutely safe. Did you know, by the way, that regular sauna visits boost your immune system? By exposing your body to hot and cold temperatures alternately, you are training your body as it were. The production of white blood cells increases. And, circulation is also improved in your airways, which boosts lung function and ensures that you are 30% less likely to catch a cold than someone who never goes to the sauna.
Below, we have listed the preventive measures advised by the government:
- Maintain good hand hygiene by regularly washing your hands with soap for 20 to 30 seconds.
- Use paper tissues and dispose of them in the bin after use.
- Cough into the crease of your elbow instead of the palm of your hand.
- Anyone who is sick should stay at home.