COVID-19 What safety rule we follow in traveling: The best way to guard yourself against the COVID-19 virus is to avoid exposure. Wear face-covering cloth if you go out. Keep a distance of about 6 feet (2 meters) from others if the COVID-19 virus spreads in your community, particularly if you are at a higher risk of serious illness. Evite close contact with anyone who has symptoms or is sick. Also, avoid mass gatherings and large events.
Practice proper hygiene, moreover. Wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, or use a hand sanitizer based on alcohol that contains at least 60 percent alcohol. When you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth and nose with your elbow or a tissue and then wash your hands or use a hand sanitizer. Avoid touching the eyes, nose, and mouth, too.
To promote social differences, visit the grocery store early in the morning or late in the night when the store is less crowded. If you are more likely to have severe disease, find out whether you have special times during these times in the shop and store for those in your situation. You could also plan to order your food online for home delivery or for pickup curbside.
Disinfect the shopping cart or basket handle in the store. Stay in the shopping and in line at least 2 meters away from others. Pay without touching money, a keyboard, or use the hand sanitizer after payment if possible. After you leave the shop, also apply hand sanitizer. Wash your hands when you come home.
If possible, use the ATM during bank visits. Before using the ATM keyboard, clean it with a disinfecting wipe. Using the hand sanitizer when you’re done. If you come home, wash your hands.
Parks and outdoor spaces
Use of facial covering after breathing hygiene
All passengers shall use face coverings or masks during boarding and transportation as well as follow the guidelines on hand hygiene, breathing hygiene, and environmental hygiene.
The Guidelines stated that measures to ensure social distance are necessary at airports, railway stations, and bus terminals.