BE READY FOR COVID-19 STAY HEALTHY, TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY
UNWTO RELEASES HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR TRAVEL DURING COVID-19 CRISIS
(March 24, 2020) As many people around the world keep travelling for vital humanitarian reasons, or to keep supply chains moving, UNWTO has emphasized the responsibility that all travellers have to themselves and to others.
The latest UNWTO guidelines for travellers are built on WHO recommendations and make clear that there can be no excuses and no exceptions.
Anyone travelling has a duty of care to themselves and to others.
There are no excuses and no exceptions!
Stay safe and travel responsibly by following these simple but effective guidelines:
SHOULD I STILL TRAVEL?
Before you travel, consult your national health authority and check the guidelines
You have a responsibility to keep yourself and others safe.
If you become sick while travelling, isolate yourself and seek medical attention as soon as possible.
JUST RETURNED HOME?
If you’ve returned from a destination experiencing a severe COVID-19 outbreak, stay at home and isolate yourself as well as possible, even if you don’t feel ill.
Should you start feeling unwell and believe you might have COVID-19, call your local healthcare provider. Follow their instructions and, unless advised otherwise, stay home.
KEEP SAFE WHILE TRAVELLING?
The best way to stay safe while travelling is to follow the latest World Health Organization guidelines as closely as possible.
Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly, avoid shaking hands or touching your face, try and stay away from crowded places.
Where possible, maintain at least 1 meter between yourself and others.
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