As many of you know, I’m a true wanderluster at heart. I’m on a plane once a month, traveling around the globe. I can’t remain in one place for too long without getting that urge to start exploring again.
The advent of COVID19 has altered the way we travel (at least, for the time being), with many too alarmed to venture out of their home country. I do understand the anxiety and trepidation. While we are all still learning about this virus, it is definitely a good idea to remain prudent and cautious. Staying put might be the best course of action, but for how long?
As a family, we have cut back on our travel engagements for the year, but we have retained some of our plans. We live in Singapore, which is one of the first countries to have many cases outside of China. The Singaporean government and health authorities have done an incredible job of containing the virus through educating the public, tough consequences for those who don’t comply with the rules, full transparency about how many cases there are, and elaborate contact tracing strategies.
Ultimately, the World Health Organization (WHO) emphasizes that the best way to prevent infection is hand washing (for at least 20 seconds), covering your nose and mouth when you cough, and avoiding contact with people who are sick.
The tiny viral droplets can carry the virus up to three to six feet through coughs and sneezes.…From -
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Author: MB Lifestyle