From today, you will find that the restrictions surrounding lockdown have been changed slightly. People can now start to interact in groups of six. Obviously, this changes the way that people are starting to look at the rest of everyday life. For us, it’s perhaps an indicator that we might be able to look to an optimistic future.
However, even in a post-lockdown world, what will things look like? We thought we would take a look at what we think will have to happen even when lockdown is over.
Safety Measures Will Rise
Let’s be honest. Safety measures will probably go on the rise following the end of lockdown. Think of COVID-19 as being the light which has been shone on the reality of travel to other countries.
The truth is that people will pick up diseases and viruses and bring them back with them to other countries. As a result, a lot of people are probably going to have to think about changing their health and safety precautions to make sure that no one brings anything back.
We are most definitely going to have to think about how we choose to move forward in the future, because obviously we don’t wanna put anybody at risk, or bring something like COVID-19 back into the country. How we do this is not confirmed just yet, but we are exploring every possible avenue of health and safety protection.
Understandably, the way in which we deal with people has to change as well. We don’t want to restrict travel to anybody, because that doesn’t seem fair, but at the same time, we need to make sure that we are being as safe as possible. This means we might have to think about the screening people prior to travelling.
Most people will actively seek out a physical examination prior to going on holiday, because they want to know that they will be in the best possible health. Nobody wants to get ill in a foreign country, because this will mean you have to navigate the foreign healthcare system, and this can be quite pricey.
However, it could well be the case that we start insisting on a policy of medical and physical examinations prior to flying, to make sure that people are as safe as possible. We may also have to screen all staff in the same way before they decide to come to work.
In conclusion, we just don’t know how the world will change. It’s impossible to tell how people will travel in the wake of the outbreak, we don’t know what post lockdown life will look like. We want to bring you the best possible services as often as we can, but we may have to be more careful in how we do this. After all, as a company that regularly visits other countries, we are fairly at risk of bringing something back if we’re not careful, so it’s important to be as flexible as possible, while at the same time observing health and safety practices.