We are all about protecting your valuables when traveling. Usually a laptop, cell phone or other things. But nothing is more valuable than your health. Considering the coronavirus, plus the common flu season and colds, it is always a good idea to stay away from bacteria. The airplane is one of the worst places. They are public spaces, where many people ride by bikes, and have air recycling systems, which are close to other passengers. To help you stay healthy and avoid bacteria on the plane, here are some proven ways to reduce your chance of infection.
Disinfect the surrounding environment before sitting down
It's a good idea to bring some hand sanitizer and wipes before boarding to help you remove bacteria. In order to avoid bacteria on the plane, the hard areas must be disinfected first-consider armrests, small tables and entertainment screens/controls. On previous flights, people were most exposed to these things.
Get on board healthy
Ensuring you have a strong immune system is definitely the best way to avoid bacteria. If you are not feeling well, you can postpone the flight, which is usually worthwhile in the long run. The biggest advantage of this is that you will enjoy your flight more and also ensure the health of other passengers because they know you will not bring them danger. In order to maintain the best health, ensure adequate sleep, maintain adequate water and a balanced diet a week before takeoff. Don't just avoid germs on the plane, make sure you avoid getting sick from the beginning.
Wash your hands frequently during the flight
You don’t need to develop obsessive-compulsive disorder, but be sure to wash your hands regularly before touching seats, entertainment equipment or food. Obviously, going to the toilet is another big problem (we will talk about it soon). Again, hand sanitizer works well here. Almost all medical institutions in the world, including the World Health Organization, support the importance of frequent hand washing to prevent bacterial growth.
Avoid germs on the plane and avoid touching the surface of the bathroom
This seems obvious, but please listen to us to finish. The toilet is where most of the most harmful bacteria and bacteria live. Not everyone pays attention to hygiene as we hope. Use the seat cover provided by the aircraft restroom to avoid the growth of bacteria. Open the lid with a paper towel, turn on the faucet, and leave after use. Obviously, wash your hands thoroughly after use and wipe the surface to be friendly to others. For the sake of God, remember to wear shoes. We cannot tell you how many people go in with only socks.