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These are the new protocols in the three adapted bathing points of Dénia

Located on the Punta del Raset beaches, Bovetes and Marineta Cassiana enter service on July 1

As of July 1, the three adapted bathing points in Dénia come into service . These three accessible beaches are located in Punta del Raset, Marineta Cassiana and Les Bovetes.

However, during this summer, due to anti-COVID-19 security measures, the protocol has changed to enjoy these three adapted bathing spots.

Thus, the adapted bathroom schedule will be from Monday to Sunday, from 12 to 18 hours . And the user must request an appointment . The telephone numbers enabled for this purpose are 96 643 50 31 or 666 864 940 (Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.).

The adapted bath cannot be made without an appointment. There will be one attention per hour.

The applicant must be accompanied by two people during the bath. In no case will Red Cross personnel assume contact with users in their exchanges. Nor will she accompany them into the water. It will be a simple facilitator of the necessary material, adapted crutches or bugis.

Users must sign a document of discharge of responsibilities on workers. They must also carry a pen and supporting document to sign these documents. And they will have to wear a surgical mask to carry out the activity and their companions as well.

The protocol also establishes that these technical aids ( adapted crutches or bugis) must be located in the area called “clean”. And once the bath is finished, you must leave them in the area called “dirty”.

Red Cross personnel will go to the “dirty” area with adequate safety and hygiene measures and will proceed to disinfect the material thoroughly. Once disinfected, it will be left, again, in the “clean” area.

The person in charge of the adapted bathroom must wear gloves, masks and PPE. And it will provide rescuers with goggles and wellies to carry out the disinfection.

Hydroalcoholic gel will also be placed and the chair can only be used on days with a green flag.

The Red Cross recommends users and companions to wash their hands with hydroalcoholic gel before leaving the bathroom, and wear a mask to carry out the activity, both the user and the companion or companions.

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