In the wake of the global pandemic, the world has taken a halt and so many countries are badly hit by the pressure of health and economic systems’ burnout. India too is now being hit by an even deadlier second wave as we talk and breathe. The city is under attack by COVID-19. As the cases double up every day, the government’s health system is bound to reach its threshold. While we are better prepared in terms of increased testing and available vaccination, the virus still seems to be working faster than us. Teams at Your-Space have decided to stand up and join this fight against this pandemic by contributing their bit to its management. We are opening up our otherwise student homes to COVID-19 patients and/or people under threat/possible contact so they can peacefully isolate and manage their health.
Hostel/PG in Munirka, South Delhi
₹10,000 – ₹20,000
PG in Hudson Lane Delhi
PG in Laxmi Nagar, Delhi
₹14,000 – ₹25,000
PG in North Campus – 42 Bungalow Road
₹24,500 – ₹35,800
PG in North Campus – Vijay Nagar
PG in North Campus – 24 Bungalow Road
₹23,500 – ₹33,500
PG in North Campus- Roopnagar
PG in Kailash Colony A20
₹19,000 – ₹20,000
PG in Kailash Colony A1
₹25,000 – ₹26,900
PG in North Campus – OC Mittal
PG in North Campus – Swastik
₹14,500 – ₹18,000
PG in Khirki – Bhagat Singh
₹12,000 – ₹21,000
YOUR-SPACE PG in Hauz Khas – Adchini
₹13,000 – ₹14,500
GK D Block
₹17,900 – ₹30,000
PG in Maharaja Sadan (II)
₹14,000 – ₹19,000
PG in Maharaja Sadan (I)
₹9,500 – ₹18,000
PG in DTU Premium
₹10,000 – ₹22,400
PG in DTU
₹9,500 – ₹22,400
PG in Qutub Institutional Area
₹14,500 – ₹17,900
Pearl Nest by your-space, PG in Rajouri Garden
₹18,000 – ₹19,000
PG in North Campus – Kamla Nagar
PG in North Campus – Shakti Nagar Girls
₹18,000 – ₹22,500
PG in North Campus – Bungalow Road
₹24,500 – ₹29,000
PG in North Campus – Shakti Nagar Boys
Pearl Nest by your-space, PG in New Friends Colony
₹231,000 – ₹258,000
PG in Kailash Colony – KC Metro
₹24,000 – ₹40,000
PG in Kailash Colony A Block
₹18,000 – ₹22,000
PG in Siri Fort Road
₹25,700 – ₹29,000
COVID-19 is a rapidly transmitting infectious disease caused by a coronavirus. Based on research and studies so far, the known mediums of the spread of COVID-19 are through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes. The virus enters the body via a person’s nose, mouth, and/or eyes. Some recent studies even suggest that the virus may even be airborne and can spread through fine infected droplets that remain suspended in the air in closed air-conditioned environments of spaces like workplaces, cars, cabs, buses, shopping malls, and theatres due to the absence of cross-ventilation, even if people are not in direct contact with an infected person.
So far, the factors that are known to help prevent the transmission of COVID-19 amongst people may include:
● Staying at home: It is suggested to stay at home, especially for people below the age of 5 years or above the age of 60 years, and people who suffer from comorbidities/chronic ailments. However, in today’s time, it is highly recommended that anybody and everybody should stay indoors except for unavoidable situations.
● Avoid visitors/visiting people.
● Hand & Face Hygiene: Washing your hands and face at regular intervals with soap and water is said to wash off any germs/droplets you may be carrying.
● Face Cover: Wearing an effective face mask/cover at all times to prevent any contact.
● Social distancing: To keep a distance of a minimum of 6 feet.
● Home Hygiene: Cleaning the frequently touched surfaces with disinfectant regularly.
● Health & Diet: Ensuring proper nutrition through a balanced diet, maintaining hydration, consuming fresh fruits and juices for boosting immunity, intaking supplements that are proven to support one’s health.
● Physical Activity: Daily exercise and meditation are recommended to keep one’s body active and calm.
Most commonly known symptoms of COVID-19 include:
● Dry cough/sore throat
● Cold/congestion/runny nose
● Fever or chills
● Muscle/body aches or headache
● Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
● Loss of appetite/taste/smell
While isolating with mild symptoms should do the trick unless you’re tested positive. However, you should closely monitor your symptoms regularly and observe if you feel anything suspicious about your health. Apart from mild symptoms, if you additionally notice any of the below mentioned things, you should seek emergency medical care immediately:
● Worsening shortness of breath
● Oxygen saturation below 95%
● Bluish lips or face
● A persistent temperature of more than 101F for 3 days or more
● Persistent pain/pressure in the chest
● Inability to wake or stay awake
Whether you are staying cautious or have been tested positive for the virus, either way maintaining a healthier diet is a must at this time. Intake of good food and useful supplements is unavoidable if you aim to maintain or regain your health and strength in these testing times. Here are some common food items that can help you:
● Energy-Rich foods: These include cereals (wheat, rice, maize, etc), fats/oils, sugars.
● Bodybuilding foods: These include pulses (all dals, beans, legumes), animal foods (eggs, meat, poultry, fish), milk and milk products.
● Protective foods: These include seasonal fruits and vegetables (dark green leafy, yellow and orange coloured, citrus, and other fruits).
● Supplements/Immunity Boosters: Vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, minerals such as zinc, copper, iron, selenium are known to influence the immune responses. Besides off-the-counter boosters, you can even try natural and herbal products.
As of 19th April 2021, Delhi has had a total of 8,53,460 cases with approximately 74,941 active cases. While Delhi has administered 26,21,295 doses of vaccine, only 2.32% of these people are fully vaccinated. Others still await their pending doses. The city is facing a shortage of vaccines, oxygen tanks, ICU beds, and other health-related support systems. The Government of Delhi has imposed another lockdown for 7 days and more similar lockdowns are expected, going by the current rate of transmission and bubbling increase in new cases. The last peak (of the first wave) was seen in September 2020 in Delhi. The second wave has hit the city and the country and the peak can not even be predicted at this time.
Rising to the need of the hour, Your-Space has offered to convert its student accommodation homes to Isolation Homes for people looking to safely quarantine in Delhi. With the increase in COVID testing and subsequent rate of transmission and infection, the shortage of beds in the city’s hospitals and care facilities is not only expected but also justified. Joining the league and following the lead of Quarantine hotels in Delhi, Your-Space has stepped up in today’s testing times.
Our services have been converted into a system of catering to people who have been infected or are under the threat/scare of being in contact with an infected person and are actively looking to quarantine/isolate in the city – away from home, family and friends. Our otherwise luxuriously beautiful student accommodation homes have been prepared and re-equipped based on the needs of a person hit by the threat/infection of the virus.
For whom is your Isolation Facility recommended?
People who haven’t tested positive and still are looking to quarantine/isolate to prevent any future contact with an infected person can stay with us. Besides, people who have tested positive and are experiencing only mild symptoms which may be manageable on their own – only through oral medication, and are looking to get away from their friends/family to prevent infecting others can also contact us for booking their premium isolation room with us.
Is your Isolation Home safe for Quarantine in Delhi?
Yes, our homes have been re-equipped and revamped to suit all the needs of a person looking to quarantine in Delhi. Our facility is absolutely safe for you or your loved ones. We make sure to provide high-quality comfort, safety, and health services & amenities at our homes.
How many people are you accommodating in one room?
Since it is an isolation service, we recommend only one person per room to maximize the benefit of quarantining.
What is the total capacity of your Isolation Home?
Our homes, otherwise for student PGs, can accommodate approximately 30-40 persons, on average.
What are the infrastructural facilities provided at Your-Space Isolation facility?
Rooms of our Isolation Homes are of premium quality and come fully furnished. We provide all essential furniture so that people can just easily move in without much hassle. The rooms also come with a clean attached washroom. All basic necessities like an air-conditioner and a geyser are pre-installed too. Factors like inlet for natural light and enough ventilation are also taken care of.
Do you provide food? How would that be administered?
Yes, we are offering top-quality & nutritious 3-time veg/non-veg full course meals and an evening snack/tea/coffee to all our residents. This food shall be delivered at the doorstep ensuring minimum contact and/or physical interaction. The resident can have their meals peacefully in their rooms without the threat of any transmission.
Is there a facility for COVID testing or an emergency ambulance?
If any resident feels the need to get tested or tested again for the virus to get to know the latest status of their health, we can provide consultation for testing at the property. Besides, in cases of sudden medical emergencies, we can provide an emergency ambulance service.
What additional services do you provide?
Other than infrastructural and food needs, Your-Space offers additional services including pick-up and drop, Unlimited Wi-Fi, Disposable Bedsheets, and Pillow Covers.
Is there a caregiver at your facility?
To maximize isolation, we do not place any permanent caregivers at the property with the residents. However, a daily health check-up shall be performed by a doctor, remotely. While an on-call nurse can be made available in cases of any concerns.
Are housekeeping and sanitization taken care of?
Yes, but of course. All the rooms will be regularly sanitized by a professional service to maintain maximum safety of residents.
What is not included in your package?
We do not offer certain personal items for safety and hygiene reasons such as toiletries, towels, blankets, etc. Any additional medicinal costs that may occur shall be taken care of by the resident. No cashless insurance option is available to make payments at our facility.
What are your charges per person?
Your-Space has started this service at a minimal cost starting from just 2500 INR per day per person which includes fully furnished rooms, health consultation, food, and other such services. While charges may vary depending upon your choice of room type & availability. A complete advance payment of a minimum stay of 7 days is required.
How do I book the stay at the your-space quarantine hotel?
You can call us on +91-8383027664 to book your stay.