Accommodation measures & policies

  • All health measures that have been announced by EODY are kept.
  • The staff has been trained to adhere to the new health measures.
  • We inform you that the company does not bear any civil liability against any person directly or indirectly related to Coronavirus COVID-19, as long as it complies with the health measures.
  • On behalf of the management of Kavos House, we wish you a pleasant and safe stay!


  • Check-in 14:00 – 19:00 / Check-out 07:30 – 11:00.
  • Disinfection of room keys.
  • The company has medicalkit equipment for the occurrence of suspicious cases, such as gloves and disposable masks, thermometer, antiseptic and cleaning wipes.
  • For the purposes of public health protection activities, the accommodation management keeps a record of staff members and all persons residing in the accommodation [name, nationality, date of arrival and departure, contact details (address, telephone, e-mail)] so as to make it possible to communicate with close contacts in the event of a COVID-19 case, which may be identified afterwards.
  • Attention is paid to the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection (GDPR) and all visitors are informed that a file is kept for reasons of public health protection.


  • Increased cleanliness and disinfection with emphasis on surfaces with frequent contact (switches, remote controls, etc.).
  • Prohibition of entering the rooms to non-residents (except for cleaning staff).
  • During the stay of the guests, the cleaning staff uses special uniforms for as long as they are in the accommodation.
  • Sheets and towels are washed in a laundry room and delivered to those staying in the accommodation sealed in cellophane, so that they can make their own bed.
  • Installation of stations with antiseptic solution for dry hand disinfection.
  • Cleaning the room during the stay will be done less frequently and at the request of the customer.

Suspected COVID-19 case management

If a visitor shows symptoms compatible with COVID-19 infection, the following applies:

  1. A doctor is called to evaluate the incident.
  2. If the patient has an urgent need for hospitalization, presents a serious clinical picture, is referred to the relevant health unit, as a suspected case of COVID-19. If it is not possible to manage a COVID-19 case from the health infrastructure of the area, there must be a provision for transporting the patient (EKAB, floating ambulance, air transport) to the nearest health unit which can manage it.
  3. If the patient has a mild clinical picture, a sample for laboratory confirmation of COVID-19 is obtained from the physician.
  4. If the incident is assessed as possible COVID-19 by the examining physician, the health officer of the company will communicate IMMEDIATELY with EODY at 210 5212054 or the special four-digit number 1135 (24 hours a day), in order to report the case and ask for instructions on how to deal with it.
  5. A patient with a mild clinical picture remains in his/her room until the results of the laboratory test are announced.
  6. During the above waiting period, the entry of staff into the patient’s room is avoided, if there is no significant reason. If necessary, a staff member of the accommodation is advised to deal exclusively with the possible case.
  7. The doctor and the staff of the accommodation who will enter the room of the suspected or later confirmed case must use high-protection personal protective equipment (MAP) (masks, goggles, disposable and waterproof robes). The same applies to the staff cleaning the COVID-19 patient room.
  8. If s/he is confirmed as a case of COVID-19, s/he will be transferred to the special quarantine hotel and later to a health facility that will accommodate patients with COVID-19 if they need treatment. If s/he is not confirmed as a case of COVID-19, s/he is treated at the accommodation with the instructions of the treating physician.
  9. The patient is transported with a simple surgical mask and private means of transport.
  10. If there is a companion of the patient who wishes to stay close to him/her to take care of him/her (eg spouse), s/he should be given a simple surgical mask and should be advised to wash his/her hands every time s/he comes in contact with the secretions of the patient (eg saliva) and definitely before the attendant touches his/her face or eats or drinks.
  11. The contact details of the patient’s relative should always be recorded in case of required consent if the patient cannot communicate.
  12. Used protective equipment (simple disposable surgical mask, gloves) should be discarded in a bucket and never be used again.

Hands should be washed thoroughly with soap and water after the disposing of the protective equipment. It is emphasised that the use of gloves does not replace hand washing, which is a very important means of prevention.

Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism (NSRF 2014 – 2020)

Name of deed: «Special Purpose Compensation»

Main objective of the operation: Dealing with Consequences from the effects of Covid-19




With the co-financing of Greece and the European Union