Travel in Pandemic

Traveling is part of family life all over the world, whether it is for necessity or pleasure. But with the arrival of the coronavirus, this part of daily life has become increasingly dangerous. If you want to travel during the COVID19 pandemic, here are some tips to help you travel more safely. Traveling in a pandemic needs a more detailed and cautious procedure than before, but it can be done while minimizing risk.

Any trip has the risk of contracting or spreading COVID19. Before you travel, check if COVID19 is spreading in your area and anywhere you visit. If you or your family member is sick, has symptoms of COVID19, or someone has been infected with COVID19 in the past 14 days, do not travel. Family members who are most at risk of serious illness (elder relatives, people with underlying health problems) should consider postponing all travel, including necessary travel to high-risk destinations.

First clean and disinfect your vehicle thoroughly. Clean all gripping surfaces and parts windows, seat belts, steering wheels, door handles, controls, etc.  Don’t forget to put antibacterial wipes and hand sanitizer in the car so you can clean everything and passengers can clean their hands every time they stop.

When it comes to passengers, the BMC recommends limiting the number of members in the vehicle as much as possible. And since all of you can’t stay six feet apart, everyone should wear a mask in the car. Especially when traveling with people outside the circle, wear a mask.

When you arrive at your destination, open the windows as much as possible to let in the fresh air and increase ventilation. If you are traveling to a warmer area and need air conditioning, set the ventilation or air conditioning system to non-circulating mode.

If you decide to take an Airplane, remember that staying safe on an airplane requires more than just wearing a mask. Before getting off the plane, you must face the check-in terminal and security line. This means touching frequently touched surfaces and being surrounded by many people. you should pay more attention to your protection before boarding.

Please choose the safest transportation method. Try to avoid air travel and cruises. In the long run, physical balance in these places will be difficult. If you use public transportation, follow the main precautions, limit contact with frequently touched surfaces, and wash your hands or disinfect frequently. If possible, maintain a row of seats between you and other visitors.

Plan to avoid traveling during peak hours and use less crowded routes whenever possible. During a trip, avoid closed and crowded spaces with poor ventilation, as well as social or crowded gatherings such as concerts, events, and parties. Bring your food and drinks

When traveling, all parents and guardians should take standard precautions for themselves and their children.

Rinse your hands often with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Avoid touching your face (eyes, nose, mouth)

Try to keep a physical distance of at least 1 meter from people in public

Wear cloth masks in public places

Regularly clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as phones, keys, doorknobs, switches, etc.

If you decide to eat out, bring your food and utensils. If that’s not possible, choose safer foods, such as take out instead of Dining. wash or sanitize your hands before eating

See your doctor right away if you or your child have a fever, cough, trouble breathing, or other symptoms of COVID19.

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