At Vane, we are airport wellness obsessed, so we have been thinking about what healthy tips for traveling well we can share during the Covid-19 virus.
As the demand for travel drops during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, those who still plan to fly may want to follow some healthy tips to travel well and protect against the viral disease.
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Here are seven healthy tips for traveling well during COVID-19 Virus
1.Equip with the “Naomi Campbell Preventative Wardrobe”
The video explains Naomi Campbell said, “As this is a very sensitive time in the world, I’m not going to lie to you and say I’m not nervous to take this flight, I am,” she explained. Saying she was initially supposed to fly out the day before, but “didn’t feel comfortable doing it.”
What you need to get for a full head-to-toe Naomi Campbell Preventative Wardrobe: Full coverall suit, goggles, face mask, and gloves.
2. Use technology wherever possible
At the airport, skip check-in kiosks and desks by checking in for your flight via your airline carrier’s app. Many airline apps also have accommodations to adjust flights and purchase checked bags, straight from the convenience of your phone.
When it’s time to board, present your boarding pass on your mobile device.
3. Follow U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for the latest updates
In response to the COVID-19 virus, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is instructing airport travelers to keep certain high-touch items out of security bins during standard screening procedures.
In hopes of stopping COVID-19’s spread, the agency is telling people to keep personal items like phones, wallets, and keys out of the used bins continuously.
4. Stay up to date with global health authorities
Visit the World Health Organization (WHO) website for guidance and updates about the current outbreak of COVID-19. WHO first reported the disease from Wuhan, China, on 31 December 2019.
5. Avoid contact with high-touch areas
Avoid high touch areas in the airport, such as handrails, elevator buttons, escalators, and check-in machines.
6. Try social distancing of others
Social distancing strategies increase the space between individuals and decrease the frequency of contact among individuals to reduce the risk of spreading disease. For example, aviation officials.
7. Stay Clean
Wash your hands often and thoroughly. Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands, keep tissues handy, and cover coughs and sneezes.
In short, we hope these seven healthy tips for traveling well during the COVID-19 virus will help you feel safer during your journey.