7 rules without the risk of coronavirus when traveling

What are the most effective ways to reduce the risk of coronavirus if I still have to travel?

Don’t! Stay at home if you have flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, sneezing, etc.). At this stage, remote work from home is encouraged and business trips are postponed for a further moment. Many companies work remotely at least part of the time or self-carat when they are with sick employees, aided by the ease that technology provides in their day-to-day work.

The most important rules to follow:

  1. Regularly wash your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds with warm water and soap.
  2. Avoid close contact with other people, especially exhibiting symptoms. The current recommendations are to maintain a distance of 2 m between people, as well as to practice social distance whenever possible.
  3. Consider skipping the traditional handshake.
  4. Disinfect all surfaces during flight on the aircraft – the table and armrests of the seat, all common surfaces in the aircraft. This includes items such as magazines, touchscreen TVs and remote controls.
  5. Prepare your flu medications and take them with you. If you get sick, the last thing you want to do is look for a pharmacy to buy drugs in an unfamiliar city.
  6. Wear face masks – they will not protect you from the air virus, but if you get sick, you can protect those around you.
  7. And again … do not travel if you do not have to!
Business trips in the context of coronavirus