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Detty December 2021: Will Covid-19 Be A Problem This Year?

Amidst the 2021 detty December planning, what measures should people take to prevent the Covid-19 spread?

Last year ( 2020) the world at large experienced a totally lockdown because of the Covid-19 virus.

The deadly disease is spread when there’s too much of a crowd, many carriers may not be aware of this state of health.

It is advisable that as people organize Getty December this period (2021), everyone should take precautions.

Don’t throw caution to the winds because someone next to you might be a carrier.

Maintaining social distance is very important for the safety of everyone.

Getty December: What measures should hotels and bars take?

Government officials would be on guard during this period of the year to monitor gatherings.

  1. Hotels managements should also try to follow the Covid-19 guidelines.

  2. Hand sanitizers should always be at the entrance of the building so that people coming in can sanitize their hands.

  3. Bowl and running water should also be provided for washing hands.

Detty December Hotspots to have fun in Owerri.

  1. Tissue paper should be kept aside for cleaning of hands and a dustbin kept on one side too.

  2. Face masks should be worn by people entering the building.

What measures should people take advantage of during 2021 Getty December hangouts?

  1. Avoid shaking hands with strangers as this can lead to the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

  2. Sanitize your hands after shaking hands with anyone. The virus is not written on the forehead.

  3. Use face masks properly and dispose of them after usage. Cover your Mouth & Nose.

  4. Wash your hands for at least 30 seconds with water and soap.

You need to be alive to enjoy Getty December, you also need to continue your hustle next year.

What goes around comes around.

Don’t give up that simple lifestyle this 2021 for a detty December hangouts that might lead you to a sickbed.

Children should also be watched to avoid crowded centers, all lives matter.

#StaySafe #NCDC #Covid-19