While the day before Thanksgiving is known as the biggest travel day of the year, the next two months are also going to be filled with lots of travel as people head home for the holidays or get away for a little sunshine.
Whether you’re traveling by way of plane, train, automobile or something else this year, it’s important to take precautions to prevent the spread of illness, especially when it comes to the people you love. We’ve got you covered.
Here are our best tips for protecting you and your loved ones as you get away this holiday season:
Traveling often involves being in spaces that are crowded or heavily trafficked, like the airport. It’s important to be aware of this and social distance as much as possible. This help will prevent the spread of illness for you and those around you.
Regardless of how you travel, make sure to wear a mask, and have backups available. Whether at the gas station stops or aboard a plane or train ride, it’s imperative that you mask up to protect yourself and others. Our mask is triple-filtered and comfort-molded, making it perfect for long days of travel.
Wash, Wash, Wash
No matter where you are or how you’re traveling, don’t forget to wash your hands! You can use our award-winning hand soap that kills 99.9% of germs, or carry around our individual sanitizing wipes while on the go. Either way, washing your hands is an absolute must for safe travel.
Don’t be afraid to wipe down your space on the plane, train, bus or even car. Keeping sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on you is one of the easiest ways to stay protected during travel. For this we recommend our on the go spray pens since they’re extremely effective and fit in your purse or pocket for easy-access.
Road Trip It
Nothing beats the open road. If you can get behind the wheel to get to your destination, it will help you limit your interactions with people outside your household.
As much as we all want to get to our families and friends, if you’re feeling sick or have been around someone who is sick, it’s super important that you stay home and avoid any and all contact with others. Luckily, with Zoom and FaceTime, it’s still possible to connect with others, even while at home.
We hope everyone enjoys a healthy and happy holiday season and uses some of these tips and tricks for safe travel.