Are you about to hop on a flight to see loved ones or are you going on a business trip? Regardless of why you travel, it is different during the pandemic. A lot more preparation is needed than before. You have to stick to new and constantly changing rules at the airport and in flight. Most travelers also want to protect themselves beyond what is mandatory. As we all want to minimize our risk of contracting the virus during our travels, we need to make sure we bring certain products that help protect us. We have gathered the most important items to take with you in this blog.
Before we start listing all necessary products, we have to stress that everyone should minimize all travel and avoid contact with others as much as possible. Please, closely follow all rules and guidelines installed by the (local) government and wear a facemask. Quarantine if you are sick or if you have been in contact with somebody who tested positive for the coronavirus. Follow all rules and recommendations from authorities both at home and at your destination.
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Face masks are mandatory at airports around the world, in flight flight and while boarding. Basically anywhere at anytime during your journey. Many have debated which face masks are best suitable to protect both yourself and others around you. Good to know is that some airlines don’t allow home made face masks, so you need something a bit more serious. We recommend buying disposable, non-medical masks. This recommended package has 50 pcs multicolor face masks, bundled in 5* 10 pcs packages so you can take just as any face masks as you need, depending on the length of your trip. Alternatively you could opt for the standard, blue, disposable face masks. For children there are smaller face masks with a better fit.
According to the CDC, one of the most important things to do to minimize te risk of spreading the COVID-virus is by covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. This means bringing disposable tissues that you throw away after using once. These tissues can of course be used for cleaning as well. There are many different kind of tissues but for flying we like small packages that fit in our pocket or bag. For example these Kleenex pocket tissues.
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Airlines are stricter than ever before when it comes to cleaning your airplane seat. However, you never really know who sat in your seat before you or just how thoroughly the cleaning staff cleaned your seat. This is why we recommend being extra cautious by cleaning your own seat before take-off by simply wiping your arm rests, seat belt and food tray in front of you with disinfectant wipes. We recommend using alcohol wipes like we do. It is nice to know that some airlines hand out wipes to all passengers during embarkation so you can use those as well.
When soap and water are not readily available, which is usually the case on an airplane, the CDC recommends using a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol to disinfect your hands. Therefore, we recommend bringing hand sanitizer on the plane. Now, because of security regulations you are not allowed to bring as much fluids on board as you would like to do during a pandemic. The TSA and other authorities around the world work with a limit on fluids and gelsof 3.4 ounces (100ml). Both of the following options adhere to the CDC recommendation of 60% alcohol or more and are within the 3.4 ounce (100ml) TSA limit.
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When you travel during the pandemic it is important to closely monitor your health. By bringing a small thermometer, you can keep track of your body temperature. We always bring the most basic digital thermometer for adults that is cheap and also has proven to be accurate.
The accuracy of forehead thermometers is highly debated. But we understand that tens of thousands of travelers prefer this type of temperature measurement. So we went out to search for the best forehead thermometer and based on our analysis of Amazon reviews. We found the following thermometer that is also not too expensive. With over 9,000 reviews and 4.5 stars on Amazon we believe the Prove Multifunction Infrared Thermometer is the go to forehead thermometer. Nevertheless, we recommend the old school oral ones.