The Whole World Must Follow These Measures To Fight Corona | Laissez-Passer
The Whole World Must Follow These Measures To Fight Corona
Cancellation of (large) events, far-reaching measures and quiet offices, stations and streets. All activities have been entirely placed in a halt by following strict measures to fight the growing corona spread. So roof repairs (get more info here) will have to wait until our society survives this corona pandemic.
Know What Steps All The Countries Are Taking To Fight Corona
Limit social contacts. This new battle requires life style changes. Pubs and smaller concert halls are closed. Citizens must take social responsibility to follow social distancing. So be careful with a visit to grandpa and grandma. Such a call can work thinks culture sociologist Peter Achterberg. “Taking personal responsibility fits our society.”
Work at home whenever possible. It is always a better decision to work at home whenever possible and especially if there are signs of cough, colds, and fever. The advice remains true in many countries especially those that have cases of the virus.
Schools, courts, and various establishments are closed. While schools and other establishments are closed, there are a few facilities that remain open (those in the medical field and those that supply food to the community such as grocery stores). Social responsibility, social distancing is strictly to be followed at all costs.
(Sports) events canceled. Big events (more than 1000 visitors), usually sports and other local and international events are cancelled. Organizations of countless small, local activities also had to disappoint participants.
Follow proper hygiene and sanitation. At home or in any public places, always follow proper hygiene. In many areas, facemasks and gloves are seen among many people. But also, proper handwashing and sanitation should always be adhered to.
Emergency fund. Potentially good news: to mitigate the consequences of the corona outbreak, European countries including the United States also set up a budget intended for small and medium-sized enterprises and sectors that are most affected. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen: “We will use all means to ensure that the European economy can withstand this storm.”