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What do you think campsites owners need to do to make toilets and shower blocks safely useable for campervanners?
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Just open them?What do you think campsites owners need to do to make toilets and shower blocks safely useable for campervanners?
Time slots for the shower block might help: fourty family groups on a campsite; 720 minutes between 8am and 8pm; 40 x 18 minutes slots.What do you think campsites owners need to do to make toilets and shower blocks safely useable for campervanners?
The virus transmissable via faeces so toilet blocks have potential to catch Covidwhen people on here are more worried about their 2nd homes than camping I think we are all doomed for the rest of the year.
as for going for a shite in a toilet I suppose I would be fine. I don't generally shite within 2M of other people
If you think the risk is too great, simple dont use them!Undoubtedly, to keep them closed and request that visitors are self sufficient.
Don't recall Bidets in French campsites.It doesn’t help that few WCs have hand washing in the cubical. People flush and open the cubicle before washing hands, the flush and door lock then become contaminated with traces of faecal matter.
I accept @flying banana ‘s comment in another thread, that so long as you wash properly in the morning you shouldn’t need to wash your hands after every pee, but it is essential after every poo. Perhaps the continentals have it right and a bidet rather than smearing with paper is the way to go.
Hi kp...Hello @Big Ron -
SARS-COV-2 the virus that causes COVID-19 has been detected in faeces (see attached article).
That potentially adds to any risks of catching COVID-19 in a shared toiled bock from contaminated surfaces.
I don't see any value judgements in the above statement, or any suggestion about how you or others wish to manage such risks.