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As a safety precaution, it was strongly advised to avoid unnecessary travel abroad to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus epidemic. Countries are now beginning to see the reopening of borders and tourism under certain conditions. But health precautions must not be relaxed.
Please note that many flights are cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions. You should consult your airline company to find out if your flight is being maintained.
Airports have also taken security measures. Screening at international airports in affected areas allows early detection of travellers with symptoms so that they can be examined and treated, and thus prevent the export of the disease.
For travellers coming back from a risk area, it is strongly recommended, within 14 days of their stay, to:
- check their temperature twice a day, and the possible appearance of symptoms of respiratory infection (coughing, difficulty breathing...)
- avoid close contact, especially with fragile people (chronically ill, pregnant women, elderly people...)
- reduce leisure activities (cinema, restaurant, outings...) and the use of places where fragile people are (hospitals, maternity wards...)
- wash your hands regularly
- give priority, wherever possible, to work from home
You can consult the status of the situation of the regions with this link shared by the WHO :
In case of fever or symptoms suggestive of acute respiratory illness occurring before, during or after travel, travellers are advised to consult a physician online and advise him of their travel history.
If your flight is still scheduled, it is important to apply some precautionary health measures during your trip:
Avoid spending time in large crowds or crowded places
Avoid contact with sick people, especially if they have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing
Wash your hands often with warm running water and soap for at least 20 seconds
Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available. Be considerate and keep some with you when you travel
Cover your mouth and nose with your arm to reduce the spread of germs
If you use a tissue, throw it away as soon as possible and wash your hands afterwards
Use gloves and don't touch your face. Wash gloves as soon as you get home and wash your hands