How to travel safely during the Coronavirus outbreak - American Medical Centers (Nur-Sultan)

How to travel safely during the Coronavirus outbreak

The European Commission has come up with guidelines and recommendations to help countries coordinate the safe lifting of travel restrictions.

Recommendations for travelling safely in Coronavirus times:

🔹Book tickets and check-in online to avoid queues, when possible

🔹Respect social distancing during luggage drop-off, security checks, boarding and baggage claim

🔹Fewer passengers may be allowed on board and you might be asked to sit at a distance from passengers who are not part of your household.

🔹When social distancing is difficult to ensure, wear the face mask

🔹Transport companies may install protective barriers, for example between passengers and a coach driver.                                                                                   You may be asked to board through the back door.

🔹Drivers should open doors automatically at every stop, so passengers don’t have to touch buttons or handles

🔹Stations, ports and airports should guarantee regular cleaning and disinfection and provide sanitising/disinfecting products, including on board

🔹There should be appropriate ventilation on all transport

If you need a Covid-19 health certificate for returning to work or travel please contact AMC Almaty 24/7:

☎️24/7 Hotline: +7 (7172) 33 30 00
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  • Call your local AMC and consult with one of our physicians. The care provider will determine which diagnostic fits best for you – COVID-19 PCR or Antibody testing.
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