Update on GLBR Response to Covid-19
On March 18th the Door County Emergency Management Director encouraged tourists not to visit Door County for the next 30 days while the county tries to handle the impact and stop any spread of the Covid-19 virus. Furthermore they are recommending that Door County lodging establishments cancel any reservations for the next 30 days and refrain from taking reservations during this time. The Glidden Lodge Beach Resort Board of Directors responded to this recommendation, in the interest of public health, to cancel upcoming reservations after this weekend through 4/20/20 at this time. The office will have limited hours during this shut down. Monday through Friday the office will be open 9am – 3pm and on Saturday and Sunday the office will be open 9am – 12pm. Please leave a message and office staff will return your call during these temporary office hour time periods. We will reevaluate the shut down based on the recommendations of local, state, and federal regulatory bodies. We appreciate your patience during this unprecedented time and we hope that this helps others to remain healthy and safe to visit us for their future travels.
March 16, 2020
Glidden Lodge Beach Resort puts a high priority on the health and wellness of all our guests. We are all trying to navigate through unchartered territory as world events change by the hour. We understand the growing concern with COVID-19 from events unfolding around the globe.
As stated on the Destination Door County website:
“There have been no cases reported in Door County, and according to the Door County Public Health Department the current risk of exposure to COVID-19 in Door County remains low.
It is important today, as always, to travel smart. Protecting the health of Door County residents and visitors is always a top priority. Some tips from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services that can be done to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses include:
- Frequent hand washing
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Cover your coughs and sneezes
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces”
We remain confident in our ability to provide a secure, healthy, and sanitary environment for travelers to be able to get away and still be safe by implementing the following:
1. We will continue to maintain a clean and safe environment and continue to comply with OSHA and CDC infection
- We have standard protocols in place to disinfect all surfaces for guests’ health and safety.
- We have reviewed the procedures for proper hand hygiene and reinforced their importance.
- We have expanded and increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfection of all common areas,
guest rooms, guest key cards, as well as lobby menus.
2. We support a healthy work environment for our employees.
- We have requested our staff to stay at home if they are experiencing flu-like symptoms.
- We have additional hand sanitizer, disinfectant, and gloves available for staff to reduce the spread
3. We recommend any guest stay home if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
If you’re feeling sick, or if you have come in contact with someone who has tested positive with
COVID-19, please cancel your reservations and we can either reschedule your dates or we will
refund your deposit to a gift certificate.
We are monitoring any and all updates nationally from the Centers for Disease Control, also globally from the World Health Organization, and more locally from Wisconsin Department of Health and the Door County Public Health officials. We will keep you informed of any changes that need to be made due to future developments.
Thank you for your continued trust and confidence in Glidden’s overall commitment to our guests health and safety. Together we can overcome these challenging circumstances and continue to rejuvenate and relax our neighbors one guest at a time! We look forward to seeing you at check-in
Glidden Lodge Management