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Topic: Protect us from the virus while going to work during the coronav
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AuthorTopic:   Protect us from the virus while going to work during the coronav
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posted: 7/31/2020 at 5:41:37 AM ET
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During this pandemic time, it is best to stay at home. However, due to business or other indispensable work, you have to go out, make sure you conform to safety regulations. Here are some essential things to do when you reach out by public vehicles, like taxis or buses:

- Always wear face marks when you go out

- Wash hands with alcohol-based hand sanitizers before entering and after getting off the vehicle

- Practice social distancing, which is at least 2m

- Avoid common touchpoints in the vehicle

- Prevent the spread of germs by exchanging currency, you should pay digitally

- Follow safety regulations of the vehicle, like the seating guidelines by the government

- Bring your own blanket for overnight bus journeys

- Finally, avoid traveling if you are not feeling well

By practicing simple habits, you can prevent the spread of the virus. When each individual gets aware of their responsibility in the war against the coronavirus, it is certain that we can soon get over this difficult time.

This is what we are sharing with our employees in our https://beatcolor.com/virtual-staging/ " > virtual staging company to protect ourselves from the germs when we get to work by public transport.

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