After the beginning of May, India has registered the largest number of new cases in the world after the United States and the United Kingdom. Flattening the curve is not close, be afraid, be cautious.
All of us, whether living in cities or villages, will be mindful of the situation.
From Can, if the lockout is partially / totally removed.
We need to be conscientious people in accordance with road laws and we need to be vigilant in defending ourselves and our property.
As those out there haven’t had a lot of earnings all these days, so there may be a sudden surge in accidents related to work loss/business effects.
- People have to be very vigilant, including at home, babies, school and college, boys/girls, working women/men.
- Don’t wear costly watches
- Don’t wear expensive hoops, bracelets, earrings, be vigilant of your handbags.
- Men refrain from wearing high-end watches, luxury bracelets, and chains.
- Don’t use a lot of your cell phones in general. Seek to limit the use of handheld devices in general.
- Don’t impress any tourists with a lift ride.
- Do not bring more cash than is required.
- Keep your credit and debit cards secure when you’re on the move.
- Keep calling home every now and then to test the health of your parents, your wife, and your children.
- Instruct the elders and people at home when answering the doorbell to maintain a safe distance from the main entrance, if possible maintain the barbecue gates closed so as not to go next to the barbecue and accept any parcels or letters.
- Instruct children to return home as early as possible. Twelve. Don’t take any short or secluded routes to get around, try to use the full number of Main Roads.
- Youngsters, when you’re out, keep an eye on your surroundings.
- Don’t take any secluded or short cuts roads to reach home, try and use maximum Main roads.
- Keep the distance from people free.
- Much of the crowd should be wearing a mask. Identification is going to be complicated.
- Those who use taxi services, please share your trip details with your parents, siblings, relatives, friends or guardians.
- Try and not to use the public transport system of the government.
- Avoid crowded buses.
- When you’re out on a quick stroll, consider starting at 6.00 a.m., ending at 7.00 p.m. in the evening. Do use Main Roads. Avoid empty streets.
- Don’t waste an undue amount of time out of the house If the children have to attend some of the schools, let the elders drop down and pick up.
- Do not leave any valuables in your vehicles.
This will be practiced for at least 3 months or before the overall condition changes.
Ask all authorities to give a notice in the best interests of the citizens of our country.
Rajput Jain & Associates
Post by Rajput Jain & Associates
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