TO LIVE A NEW NORMAL

COVID-19 pandemic which has lasted several months has affected all countries in the world, including Indonesia. Lifestyle changes occur that require everyone to be more careful to take care of themselves and others. In the midst of uncertainty as to the end of this pandemic, the community will soon begin activities slowly with new living conditions.

 

EATING OUT

Some dining establishments may no longer provide on-site dining services. The government is implementing a new policy for the F&B industry regarding limiting visitor capacity and prioritizing physical distancing.

 

VISITING THE ELDERLY

Based on data from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention as many as 8 out of 10 deaths due to COVID-19 occur in the elderly (over 65 years or more). Concomitant diseases such as diabetes, hypertension or other lung disorders become one of the risk factors that are generally experienced by the elderly. Therefore, temporarily establish communication virtually. What if our parents are healthy? The way this virus infects people is unpredictable. For now, it’s better to avoid the worst.

 

MASK AND PHYSICAL DISTANCING

Even though you are accustomed to using masks everywhere you go, don’t forget to always apply physical distancing because the mask does not protect your eyes from virus invasion. Viruses can enter through the mucosa of the eye, therefore, providing distance when interacting can reduce the risk of exposure.

 

MARKET BEHAVIOR

A study showed a change in consumer behavior in terms of type, manner and time of purchase. Today many consumers are beginning to turn to online buying.

 

LIMITATION OF SOCIALIZATION

When conducting meetings, the number of people who come must also be limited in accordance with the capacity of the place.

 

WASHING HANDS

Diligent hand washing will be one of the new routines that will emerge in this situation. As more people start their activities, the risk of exposure is higher. Therefore, maintaining personal hygiene will be very important to avoid invasion of the virus.

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