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How to Travel Safely Post-COVID-19:
Tips from an Experienced Traveler



March 15, 2022

The world has changed a lot in the last few weeks. One of the most significant changes has been the
way we travel. With COVID-19 spreading rapidly, people are understandably concerned about their
safety when travelling. In this blog post, we will share some tips from an experienced traveler on how to
stay safe while you’re on the road.

Plan your trip ahead of time

It’s important to have a plan in place before you travel, especially now. Know where you’re going and
how you’re going to get there. If possible, try to book your flights and hotels/hostels in advance. This will
help reduce the amount of time you spend traveling and minimize your exposure to potential risk
factors. Stay informed about COVID-19 . Keep yourself up-to-date on the latest news and information
about the virus. This will help you make informed decisions about your travel plans.
One of the best ways to reduce your risk of exposure to COVID-19 is to avoid large crowds, which are a
common source of infection. If possible, try to plan your trip around events or locations that are likely to
be less crowded, or ones in open air. This is one of the most important things you can do to protect
yourself from COVID-19 and other infections. Make sure to wash your hands regularly, especially
before you eat or touch your face. It’s a good idea to carry a hand sanitiser with you when travelling,
especially now. If possible, try using one that contains at least 60% alcohol and follow all instructions for
proper use. Carry disinfectant wipes. The best ones will kill 99 per cent of bacteria on surfaces within
five seconds; they’ll also contain an ingredient called benzalkonium chloride which helps prevent
infection by stopping viruses like coronavirus from replicating themselves in your body once they get
inside it.
This might seem obvious, but many people still find themselves touching their faces without thinking
about it. Try not to do so when out in public or around strangers for extended periods of time as there’s
always a chance that someone could have touched something infected and then touched you later on –
making them more likely than usual for you to catch COVID-19.
Traveling can be a risky business, but travelers need not worry. There is always the chance that
something will go wrong and you might contract coronavirus or some other illness while abroad;
however life after this recent pandemic has already begun to return back into our everyday routines –
one way or another we’ll still travel once again!

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