The new wave of Covid 19, and with the number of cases increasing, one should be really careful and safe. We all know that the lockdown and quarantine, sitting at home and going out for only the necessity will keep us safe but it is also very important that you understand and know what preventive measures you need to take. We at Wildernest hilltop resort care for your well-being and safety. Here are few tips shared by the government and health industry experts to keep you safe.
The second wave of the pandemic covid-19 is more effective and that is why the situation gets more concerning. There are new symptoms of Covid-19
- Loose motion
- Body ache
These symptoms are seen, but there are also people who are asymptomatic but still are positive in both scenarios being at home is the best precaution you can take.
This was necessary during the first wave of covid, the second wave is stronger, and one mask isn’t enough it is advised that two masks should be used. If the masks prove to bring difficulty in breathing, a surgical N-95 mask should be used.
Maintain that Distance:
They say that “Distance lends enchantment to the view.” we cannot confirm if it’s true or false, but we do know that distance sure does keep Covid-19 away and that is what we want. Maintaining 6 feet distance between two individuals is advised this lowers the risk of the pandemic spread and helps you stay safe.
Sanitize and Maintain hygiene:
Wash your hands for 20 secs at regular time intervals with soap. You should always sanitize your hand and the surface that you are touching to ensure no germs are contacted and you stay safe. Always sanitize the items you are bringing inside the home.
Observe and act:
Keep a check on your health and your family and friend’s health in check. If anyone shows symptoms, isolate them, and immediately report to doctor.
Follow these tips and follow all the safety precautions and guidelines issued by the government and stay safe. We will be meeting you after the lockdown gets over and will be serving you again with smile.