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Isolation ideas
May 27, 2020

This is something I would never have thought I would have been a part of… Can you imagine telling your kids one day that you have lived through a historical event? I cannot lie – I am not a fan of this virus, but I’d rather be safe than sorry. There are a few things we can do to help prevent the spread of the virus.


  • Wash your hands for at least 20+ seconds with soap, make sure to do this several
    times throughout the day. Make sure to use soap.

  • Do this every time you come back from a public place, before you eat, after using the restroom and after blowing your nose, sneezing or coughing.

  • Make sure you always have hand sanitizer with you. The hand sanitizer must contain an alcohol level of 60% +.

  • Make sure you know the symptoms of the virus, and when you feel like you are getting sick, rather phone than visit – as the risk of spreading the virus is big.

  • The 3 main symptoms are:

    1. Fever

    2. Dry cough

    3. Shortness of breath

    Make sure to phone your doctor when experiencing these symptoms.

  • Make sure to take extra precautions when out in public. If you are older than 60 make sure to stay as far as possible from public places. Make sure you wear a mask!

  • If you make use of public transport – make sure to be safe!

  • As we all know COVID-19 is declared a pandemic by WHO. If you know someone who is sick and interacted with them – make sure you stay in self-isolation for 14 days. If you are sick – stay safe.

  • Practise social distancing. This can be hard for the younger generation. Make sure to stay more than 1,5m away from people.

  • Make sure you do not do anything to weaken your immune system as it is the best medicine you have against COVID-19.

  • Do check in on your family and friends that may be at high risk.

  • Make sure you put your hand or a tissue in front of your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough.


  • Do not touch your face, eyes, nose or mouth as the virus gets into your system.

  • Do not assume you could not get it because you are young – we are all vulnerable.

  • If you have a fever – please do not travel around. Instead tell the crew immediately and call a professional health centre.

  • Do not panic. The only thing we can do is remain calm and keep to the rules. JUST WASH YOUR HANDS.

  • If you can, skip the flu shot. The symptoms of the 2 diseases overlaps and could make diagnoses complicated.

  • Do not go to the doctor unless it is urgent.

  • Do not go out in public without your mask on.

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