How Reopening After Lock-down Looks Around The World Amidst The Coronavirus
People around the world are getting tired of being locked up inside their homes due to the lockdowns implemented across the globe thanks to the coronavirus. But, now amidst the pandemic, some businesses and companies are reopening their doors to the people. But they have to take precautions in order to not spread the virus and do any more damage than there already is. Small businesses need the income whatever it may be as they are not getting any help from the government.
1Hand washing station outside a Danish supermarket
Every nation is experiencing a shortage of hand sanitizers which is the one thing you need to protect yourself from the coronavirus. In the wake of this shortage, a supermarket in Denmark set up a handwashing station outside. Here customers can easily wash their hands before and after entering the supermarket.
2For Chinese students
With the lockdown finally lifted in China students are finally going back to regular school. But, to make sure they are safe and out of harm’s way, the Chinese government has issued some strict rules to be followed. First, the shoes, clothes, and backpacks of the students are sprayed with disinfectants then a machine scans the eyes, hands, and throat before letting them in.
3Spit guards at German bars
Small pubs and bars have been greatly affected by the lockdowns as they are not getting any help from the government. So even while the pandemic is ongoing they are trying to open for short periods of time to have some income. Bars in Germany have installed spit guards that keep the patrons and employees safe.
4Thermal monitors at McDonald’s
Even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic many fast-food chains were open and serving the public. This was one of the safest ways of getting food especially if they had a drive-through service. But, in some places, you would have to go to the counter to order which is why in some countries they have installed thermal monitors which can scan customers before allowing them to enter.
5Barber protection in Bangladesh
Many countries have been under lockdown for months now and the one thing most people miss is getting a haircut. This is the reason why in Bangladesh many barbers are now wearing full-body protection suits while cutting their customer’s hair. This is great not only for the customer but also for the barber.