The outbreak of the new COVID-19 virus popularly known as Coronavirus is creating a lot of panic and rightly so. The outbreak in Wuhan, China, was declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020. Taking the world in its claws, the virus is rapidly spreading calling for some serious precautions and measures. And, if you are a bride-to-be getting married soon, there are a few things you must keep in mind to avoid any kind of contact with the deadly virus.
Begin the new phase of your life by taking all the possible precautions that would help you save from COVID-19
WHO is working 24/7 to analyze data, provide advice, coordinate with partners, help countries prepare, increase supplies and manage expert networks. It is recommended not to panic and follow the do’s and don’ts as prescribed by the WHO.
1. Keep Yourself Hydrated To Avoid Getting Infected By COVID-19 Virus
It is advised to keep your mouth and throat moist and never DRY. Keep drinking water every 15 minutes.
2. Avoid Traveling As Much As Possible
Still, left with your wedding shopping? Well, go for online shopping. Avoid visiting crowded market areas as it will increase the probability of you catching the deadly COVID-19 virus.
3. Cancel Your Walk-In MUA Appointments
It is recommended to stay at home as much as possible. Switch to ShaadiWish Family Makeup Services At Home where you can sit back and relax and our professional makeup artists will work their magic.
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4. Ask Your Makeup Artist To Use Your Makeup Kit
Make sure to take care of personal hygiene by using your own makeup brushes and products for your wedding makeup.
5. Wash Your Hands At Regular Intervals
Do wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, several times a day. Use soap and water or a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol to avoid any contact with COVID-19.
6. Don’t Touch Your Face Or Nose
DON’T touch your eyes, nose, and mouth. Touching your face can help it enter your body.
7. Consider Getting Married At Your Home Or Farmhouse
Don’t opt for lavish wedding celebrations. Keep your wedding intimate with close friends and family in attendance.
8. Avoid Sharing As Much As Possible
Avoid sharing utensils, water bottles and personal hygiene items like towels.
Last but not least, check government updates if you are planning to travel anywhere.
Also, check out the Safest Places To Travel For Honeymoon Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak.