Alabama Beaches are scheduled to reopen Thursday, April 30th at 5 pm with visitors subject to social distancing guidelines. Beaches will be open for all activities and no gatherings of 10 persons or more will be permitted. All persons must stay 6 ft apart.
Retail stores may open subject to a 50% occupancy rate and follow all social-distancing and sanitation rules.
Entertainment venues will remain closed.
Restaurants, bars, and breweries are limited to take out, curbside or delivery services.
Athletic facilities and activities will remain closed.
To view our Coronavirus Updates page, click here.
Please see our FAQs: Safer at Home – Frequently Asked Questions about Beaches
At Harris Vacation Rentals, our first priority is the safety of our guests. In order to keep our guests safe, our home presentation team will be sanitizing all touchpoints of each property prior to each guest arrival. Each property will be sanitized with an EPA approved disinfectant proven to kill the COVID-19 virus.
Coronavirus, more specifically COVID-19, is the topic on everyone’s minds today. And, not just in health-talk circles, but in schools, the workplace, on social media, and yes, in the travel industry. Offering world-class service and putting our guests first has always been something that is core to our business. And we wanted to pass along as much information as we could regarding this virus, knowing that facts and truths may ease your concerns. Keep in mind that at the time of this message, the only travel mandates we are seeing from officials pertain to cruise ships and international travel.
At Harris Vacation Rentals, our first priority is the safety of our guests. In order to keep our guests safe, our home presentation team will be sanitizing all touchpoints of each property prior to each guest’s arrival. Each property will be sanitized with an EPA approved disinfectant proven to kill the COVID-19 virus.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as the Department of State, have been conscientious in updating the public regarding this global virus outbreak. Still, fears mount as many folks must travel for business, and others want to travel for leisure. As spring break and summer vacations approach, education seems to be the cornerstone for protecting yourself and your family, keeping in mind that healthy individuals are typically able to rebound from coronavirus, as well as the flu, colds, and other illnesses.
While there are varying opinions on what started this, most professionals agree that precautionary measures are a person’s best defense. Follow the CDC for daily updates on COVID-19 and take some common-sense approaches to wellness to help stay healthy. Many of these practices are things you should already be doing regularly.
Also, remember these important facts that have been stressed by the CDC.
Although our beaches are closed, we will see you again when the time is right! Make sure to rely on CDC updates to stay well and safe. We hope to see you soon!