Gastroenteritis Concerns at Long Beach Resort: How to Stay Healthy On Holiday
The Holiday Claims Bureau is currently handling 10 claims related to Long Beach Resort in Antalya, Turkey, all reporting diagnoses of gastroenteritis. Guests have suffered from symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhoea, stomach cramps, and nausea. The increasing number of claimants of these holiday illnesses paints a troubling picture of the hotel’s handling of health and safety concerns, leaving families to bear the brunt of an avoidable health situation.
The Holiday Claims Bureau is well versed in responding to holiday illnesses and to fight for compensation for the claimant in these cases. This, unfortunately, is not the first time the hotel has been on our radar – there have been confirmed cases of salmonella in the past and more guests are taking to the internet to express their disapproval.
Salmonella Nightmare Unfolds
A TripAdvisor review reveals a harrowing personal account of a family celebrating their parents’ 30th wedding anniversary at Long Beach Resort. The joyous occasion turned into a nightmare when a 6-year-old fell seriously ill with severe diarrhoea, stomach cramps, and a constant high temperature. The child’s suffering persisted for days, leading to a hospital visit where Salmonella was confirmed. Despite attempts to contact the hotel, there was no response.
In light of these historical and more recent distressing accounts, there is a pressing need for immediate action from Long Beach Resort’s management. Addressing health concerns and implementing rigorous hygiene measures are critical steps to rebuild trust and ensure the safety of current and future guests.
If you have found yourself in a similar situation, contact Holiday Claims Bureau today at 0161 813 2131 or fill out our online form to begin your journey to compensation. We operate on a no win no fee basis, so there is no cost to you as we take a tour operator or hotel to task for their negligence.
Staying Healthy While Travelling – A Guide to Avoiding Gastroenteritis
As travellers embark on their journeys, safeguarding against gastroenteritis is crucial for an uninterrupted and enjoyable vacation. First and foremost, prioritise food and water safety. Opt for bottled or purified water, avoiding tap water and steering clear of ice cubes made from questionable sources. Choose restaurants with impeccable hygiene practices, avoiding street food with uncertain sanitation standards.
Maintaining personal hygiene is equally vital. Regular handwashing, especially before eating, and carrying hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol are essential practices. When selecting accommodations, prioritise those with a reputation for high cleanliness standards, and be cautious of poorly maintained pool and recreational areas. Additionally, inspect food for freshness, avoid undercooked or spoiled items, and pay attention to personal health, seeking medical attention promptly if symptoms arise.
In the unfortunate event of falling ill, seeking professional assistance becomes crucial. The Holiday Claims Bureau, reachable at 0161 813 2131, offers support in obtaining compensation for undue suffering during a vacation. Their online form provides a convenient way to initiate a claim promptly. A well-informed traveller armed with these precautions ensures not only a healthier journey but also the ability to seek recourse when necessary.
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