Post-COVID Traveling: 6 Ways to Travel Safely — Are Morch, Digital Marketing Coach

Are Morch
5 min readOct 13, 2020

The call to stay home and social distance after COVID-19 hit the world saw travel restrictions being implemented all over the world. This didn’t not only hurt the hotel and travel industries but also devastated travel plans for world trotters.

Thankfully, the world is slowly opening up for travel after what seems like a century to travel lovers. Hotels can now breathe a relief for a glimpse of light at recovering what they have lost during the pandemic.

However, one thing remains a fact- travel and hotel stays will never feel the same even post COVID-19, at least in the foreseeable future. Everyone needs to stay vigilant of the pandemic and play a part in ensuring safety for oneself and other people.

That being said, here are 6 tips to start enjoying safe travels again.

1. Carry some safety supplies

One recommendation to avoid contracting COVID-19 is to keep a safe distance of about 6 feet from other people when in the public. However, this can prove challenging on crowded flights, trains, and buses. The next logical measure in such places is to avoid human contact and to keep hands off surfaces.

It helps to bring some safety supplies as people travel. Travelers should ensure that they have a facemask on all the time when in public places. Also, they should carry with them a hand sanitizer with at least 60% of alcohol.

This should help keep the hands clean where soap and water are out of reach during the travel. One can also do a quick clean to the surfaces around using a disinfectant and some wet wipes on the go.

2. Choose a hotel that observes safety measures

Hotels are being sensitized to observe safety measures, but it would be foolish to trust that all of them are doing the same. Before embarking on a journey, it is wise for travelers to research the hotels that they intend to stay in. A quick visit to their websites can reveal how the hotels are responding to the pandemic.

Travelers should look for hints of whether the hotels are giving sick off to their employees. Another thing to look for is if they…

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Are Morch

Digital Marketing Coach | ❤️All things Hotels 🏩 and Digital Marketing | Digital Marketing for Hotels http://bit.ly/HotelCoach