Five tips to lower your risk of catching Covid-19 on your local getaway

2020-09-01 05:49:00 PM

Travel hacks to help you 'stay safe' when you go away

Travel hacks to help you 'stay safe' when you go away

Travel hacks to help you 'stay safe' when you go away

FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNT On arrival at your accommodation, trust your Spidey senses. A conscientious establishment will have made efforts to create a safe first impression. They will check your temperature at the door, staff will be wearing masks, and require you to do so too. There should be a clear effort to maintain social distancing.

Should someone carry your bags to your room? No thank you. Should they keep their masks on but allow you to drop yours? Definitely notHere is a place where some higher-end establishments might flounder as many of their special touches may have to fall away. Should someone carry your bags to your room? No thank you. Should they keep their masks on but allow you to drop yours? Definitely not. Don’t put them in the awkward position of having to ask you to behave.

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FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNT  On arrival at your accommodation, trust your Spidey senses. A conscientious establishment will have made efforts to create a safe first impression. Oxford Biomedica said in a statement that under the deal it would mass-produce the potential vaccine, AZD1222, for the novel coronavirus for a period of 18 months, which may be further extended by another 18 months into 2022 and 2023. They will check your temperature at the door, staff will be wearing masks, and require you to do so too. “The virus is likely to remain in our midst for a prolonged time and we must learn to live with it . There should be a clear effort to maintain social distancing. Borne told LCI TV that staff working alone, or in open-plan workspaces where there were relatively few staff with big spaces between workers, would not have to wear masks. Should someone carry your bags to your room? No thank you. While the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agrees with airlines’ assertion that “germs do not spread easily on flights because of how air circulates and is filtered on aeroplanes”, it also points out that it’s difficult to social distance on crowded planes.

Should they keep their masks on but allow you to drop yours? Definitely not Here is a place where some higher-end establishments might flounder as many of their special touches may have to fall away. The reported death toll rose by 4 to 9,302, the tally showed. learning to live with the virus means adapting our attitudes and behaviours so that we can reduce the damage it can do to our country,” Geingob said in a televised address on Friday night. Should someone carry your bags to your room? No thank you. Should they keep their masks on but allow you to drop yours? Definitely not. Don’t put them in the awkward position of having to ask you to behave. Restaurants and hotels outside worst-affected Windhoek and the Erongo region can start selling meals and alcohol to be consumed on the premises, the president announced. The provision of opportunities to sanitise, not only at the entrance but also in the restaurant, and at access points to public bathrooms and so on is also a good signifier of their dedication to maintaining hygiene behind the scenes too. Put your boarding pass on your smartphone to avoid having to hand over the paper version.

3. CHANNEL YOUR INNER NAOMI CAMPBELL  Remember how we laughed last year when model-legend Naomi Campbell revealed how she fastidiously cleans her own seat on a plane? Best-case scenario, your room has been thoroughly sanitised before your arrival, by someone who kept their mask on throughout — because even a cough on a surface carries potential risk. For extra peace of mind, you could give your own room a wipe down when you get in, with an extra swipe for frequently touched objects like door handles and bedside tables. As Campbell said in her demonstration video: “ I do not care what people say of me, it's my health .