Safety Tips for your travel
The Corona Virus has altered global perceptions about safety. While we anxiously await the restoration of “normal life,” we must consider how things may alter in the future. Cleanliness and security will become synonymous, making travel more difficult. However, we won’t allow the virus to stop us from living, therefore we have some Travel Safety Tips.
- Make sure your hands are clean.
It should come as no surprise that you should clean your hands often. We touch so many things that are full of germs every day. Washing your hands often reduces the risk of spreading germs and getting sick.
- Keep yourself hydrated.
There are more germs and infections that can be killed by a well-fed body. You won’t be immune to the coronavirus if you stay hydrated, but it will help your body fight it off. You can fight off the virus better if you drink water.
- Bring plenty of hand sanitizer
You should always wash your hands, but hand sanitizer is great if you’re in a pinch or on the road. You should always keep hand sanitizer with you when you’re travelling, because it’s great for beach days and places where you can’t wash your hands. Sanitizer can be made with isopropyl or rubbing alcohol and aloe vera. You can also add a few drops of essential oil. This isn’t to say that a homemade option should only be used in very rare situations because the ingredients can be very harsh on the skin.
- Stay at sanitized hotels
Only reputable hotels that take cleanliness seriously should be chosen for safe vacation. Hotels that follow post-COVID-19 health measures assure your safety. Booking with BTSQ ensures that all hotel rooms are cleansed everyday.
- Payment without touch
Apple Pay is a great alternative to cash and credit cards. It reduces the transmission of pathogens. It also means less touching. No more fumbling for a wallet to grab a card or cash. With one swipe, the transaction is complete.
- Select privacy destinations for immediate travel.
Vacations will need to be in isolated locales with less risk of physical encounter following a pandemic. Ideal locations include open areas, natural areas, and resorts that give privacy from other visitors.
- Avoid taxi
Taking public transit is risky right now. The danger increases with so many individuals squeezed together. Instead, hire a professional black vehicle, boat, or helicopter service. Beyond Times Square drivers and personnel follow CDC safety rules. Our cars are cleansed before and after every journey.
- Choose private dining
Business as normal after COVID-19? Safe distancing will still be in force throughout the adjustment phase. Beyond Times Square can organise exclusive dinner events for you and your loved ones. BTSQ may hire a private dining room at a restaurant or a private chef’s workshop. So you get the best of both worlds while being safe.
- Book private tours to avoid crowds
People will naturally want to travel when states steadily reopen phase one and two. Getting out of a small apartment or hiding in their houses will be a tremendous delight for many. While crowds are not ideal, you may avoid them by following CDC standards and using travel safety advice.
- Hire professional tour guides
Hire a professional tour guide to make the most of your trip. They are trained to ensure your safety and health while providing a pleasurable experience. Tour guides follow CDC requirements to ensure your group’s safety. They can even obtain you tickets, unlock doors, and assist you avoid crowds by knowing the area well.