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Yellow, Wanderlusters! Maintain a safe physical distance, but remember to go outside once in a while. It’s okay for you to still enjoy the day. Physical distancing, as set out by the government, is absolutely crucial. The #coronavirus spreads through droplets that come out of the mouth and nose, especially when you cough or sneeze, into the splash zone of six feet (vox.com). The World Health Organization urges the public to leave at least 3 feet or 1 meter. The droplets can also land on objects and surfaces around the person. If someone nearby touches these objects or surfaces then touches his or her eyes, nose or mouth, the person will likely be infected. So, one of the best ways to stop the spread of the coronavirus is through physical distancing. Its guidance advises people to stay at home to avoid further infections, but visits to parks and open spaces have been suggested as ways to keep fit and get fresh air. This is feasible, however, as long as people do not get too close to other visitors. So if you have to go out, make sure you are healthy and try to maintain three till six feet between you and other people. Sending strength and love to all of you to fight through and pass this phase. We hope you’re safe and healthy. FYI. Our Bananaz office is closed until further notice, but we will still provide our services online. So don’t fret, you can still rent our bike via our website bananaz.co or our Bananaz app. . . #workfrohome #stayathome #socialdistancing #physicaldistancing #covid_ #covid19indonesia19 #coronavirus #fightcovid19 #indonesiabisa #indonesia #bersamakitabisa #together #togetherwearestronger #bananaz #bananazbali #balibikerental

Be ready for #coronavirus , Wanderlusters! Yes, bananas can help your immune system, but it's not the only way to support your wellness. Implementing a healthy lifestyle and following the advice given by your health care provider, and also national and local public health authorities are some of the best steps you can take for #fightingcovid19 . It is normal to worry about COVID-19, just remember: Stay AWARE and be SMART. With lots of information about the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping the globe, contagion of fear and uncertainty is inevitable. The spread of fake news and hoaxes is spreading like wildfire across social media and giving rise to misinformation. It's our responsibility to get information from legit, official sources. Be SAFE. There's no vaccine yet, so the best way to prevent the virus is by frequently washing hands with soap and water. Do it frequently before and after you visit public places or be in contact with other people (join #SafeHands challenge!). Also, cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue when coughing and sneezing, and practicing social distancing (stay at home as much as possible and limit your contact with people) . Be KIND and SUPPORT one another. Do not encourage panic buying, there are others who also need it and show your empathy with those affected. A virus can be deadly, but the warmth and understanding shared between people are what truly matter. Let's unite around the world and fight Corona Virus! Sources: www.who.int edition.cnn.com manilatimes.net #corona #covid_19 #fighting #coronavirus #bananas #stayhealthy #washyourhands #handsanitizer