Safer ways to celebrate Christmas holidays

Safer ways to celebrate Christmas holidays

The COVID-19 has been ravaging the world for almost two years now, and there are now more and more transmittable variants of the COVID-19. Taking proactive measures to protect yourself and your family while preventing the spread of the virus.

Stay Safe And Help To Prevent The spreading is The Most Important Daily Affairs Because of COVID-19 

Stay Safe And Help To Prevent The spreading is The Most Important Daily Affairs Because of COVID-19

With the Christmas holiday fast approaching, it is necessary and useful to remind ourselves of several ways that we can keep ourselves and people safe from COVID-19.

Wear a mask

When in an enclosed space, or in a space where ventilation is not very smooth, wear a suitable mask. Wearing a mask indoors again can effectively help users spread viruses or become infected because the mask can isolate a large portion of virus-containing droplets or come into direct contact with the eyes, nose, and mouth.

In order to make the mask as effective as possible we should be aware of the following points when using the mask:

  • The need to wash your hands when putting on and taking off the mask and after touching it.
  • The need to ensure that the mask completely covers your nose, mouth and chin.
  • Store used masks in a clean bag or dispose of used medical masks in an airtight bin.

Wear A Face Mask In Indoor Public Place and outdoor,Including the Children,the Mask Becomes Daily Necessities

 

ear A Face Mask In Indoor Public Place and outdoor,Including the Children,the Mask Becomes Daily Necessities

 

Cover coughs and sneezes

It is recommended to use your hitherto or elbow to cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, and to immediately dispose of used tissues in a sealed bin and wash your hands promptly. Keep yourself and those around you safe from COVID-19 through good hygiene practices.

Cover Your Mouth and Nose When Coughing and Sneezing to Keep Yourself and Those Around You Safe From COVID-19

Cover Your Mouth and Nose When Coughing and Sneezing to Keep Yourself and Those Around You Safe From COVID-19

Keep physical distance

Also try to keep a physical distance of at least one meter at parties, even if they are wearing a mask or do not appear to be sick.

According to current research on COVID-19, it can be transmitted through an infected person's mouth or nose in small liquid particles when they cough, sneeze, or even when they breathe. Therefore, according to the current research, the virus has a higher chance of reaching people's eyes, nose and mouth when they are in contact with each other for less than one meter. Therefore, it is recommended that when celebrating Christmas and New Year's Eve, parties or gatherings should try to maintain a physical distance from each other. However, the safest option is to celebrate with family only.

Social Distance Requested 1Meter At Least In Public To Keep Safe,

Becoming A New Default Rule

Social Distance Requested 1Meter At Least In Public To Keep Safe,  Becoming A New Default Rule

Wash your hands

It is recommended to clean your hands frequently with soap or alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Because the hands often touch various objects, which may be contaminated with viruses, and then touching the eyes, nose or mouth with objects that have been touched with viruses, there is a high risk of being infected with viruses. Therefore, frequent hand washing can try to eliminate the possible existence of viruses and bacteria on the hands. At the same time, it is also best to clean and disinfect the surface of objects that you will often touch. For example, door handles or cell phone screens.

Clean The Hands Frequently with Soap or Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer to Eliminate The Possible Existence of Viruses and Bacteria On The Hands

 

Clean The Hands Frequently with Soap or Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer to Eliminate The Possible Existence of Viruses and Bacteria On The Hands

 

Celebrate outdoors

If you need to hold a party or gathering, it is recommended that you try to go outside or open some windows for ventilation. COVID-19 is more likely to spread in crowded and poorly ventilated spaces. For example, restaurants, offices, nightclubs, etc. are more likely to be at risk for outbreaks of infection.

So in order to stay as safe as possible during this happy holiday season, try to hold your party outside. If there is no way to avoid it you can increase the amount of natural ventilation by opening windows, wearing a mask and keeping a physical distance can also reduce the risk.

People wear masks outdoors in downtown to Celebrate the Holiday,Enjoy Happy hours!
People wear masks outdoors in downtown to Celebrate the Holiday,Enjoy Happy hours!

Finally, know the symptoms of COVID-19

The most common symptoms of COVID-19:

  • Fever
  • Dry cough
  • Fatigue

Other symptoms that are less common :

  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Nasal congestion
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Different types of skin rash
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Chills or dizziness

Symptoms of severe COVID‐19 disease include:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss of appetite
  • Confusion
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • High temperature (above 38 °C) 

Other less common symptoms are:

  • Irritability
  • Confusion
  • Reduced consciousness
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Sleep disorders

More severe and rare neurological complications such as strokes, brain inflammation, delirium and nerve damage.

If you find yourself with these symptoms, stay home and call your local authorities and find out how you should be tested and if you need to be isolated. In short, follow all local guidelines.

Happy Christmas and New Year Holiday,Please keep Safe when you Enjoy it Indoor or Outdoor

Happy Christmas and New Year Holiday,Please keep Safe when you Enjoy it Indoor or Outdoor

Finally, let's be able to celebrate the upcoming holidays safely!

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