Are we really ready for the borders to open ? Get your vaccines and be healthy

Jump forward 2021 (May) , A year later many have seems to forget that this disease are causing troubles to communities around the world , the aftermath of this pandemic is much worst if you are seeing the environment , after the recovery everyone seems to let down their concerns over this sickness . Humanity is at risk both from the nature and itself; The vaccines are ready for everyone to take , readers can get info on how they can receive their vaccines through local hospital as soon as it gets .

Here are the reasons : why you should get vaccinated provided by National Foundation for Infectious Diseases .

As double precautions , people should again learn how to wear their mask in a proper way , through WHO’s when and how to wear a mask . As for travellers it is best recommended not to travel between countries for now as the pandemic isn’t over and many are yet recovering from it . We advise travellers to only take this essentials as a tips or guidance for future travel purposes , we too wish you have a safe pleasant travel without any worries and remember no matter where you are or what races you represent right now , you can always pray for other’s or another’s safety and wellbeing .

Below are the essentials written a year ago for travellers to know and to prepare just in case if they are travelling on emergency purposes (locally/overseas)




Never be caught unprepared during a trip especially during this Pandemic season . Plan ahead and stuff your bag with essentials things you need. The better prepared you are, the more fun you will have on the trip. Here’s a checklist of what should be inside your traveler’s kit for your upcoming trips when all the countries open their borders .

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought travel and tourism to a near-standstill, and no one is sure when it will restart.

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When you travelling around other countries , stay at least 5 feet (about 2 arm lengths) from people who didn’t travel with you ( airport areas/covid testing areas) , particularly in crowded areas. It’s important to do this anywhere — both indoors and outdoors .
Get tested 3-6 days after travel & stay at home for at least 7 days after travelling.

Check for alert and be notify of the current country’s updates

Medicine Kit
Never assume that no mishaps will happen on a trip. Even minor bruises should be taken care of. Always keep your first- aid kit handy.

Common medicine
Carry along medicines that you are likely to use, like aspirin for headaches, laxative for proper bowel movement and pain relievers. If you have a runny nose, buy a couple of decongestant. Dehydration and motion sickness is common when traveling, consult your doctor on which medicine is appropriate for you.

Treating wounds
Bring along a roll of bandage, safety pins and scissors. Tweezers might be needed to pull out foreign materials that penetrate the skin. Bring ointments and alcohols for treating abrasions. If you are prone to allergies and itching, antihistamine medications like Benadryl should be handy.

Prescription drugs
Remember to bring along whatever medication you are taking. Bring enough supply to last for the entire trip.

Personal Hygiene Kit
This kit must include all your toiletries. This will keep you looking fresh all the time.

Dental
Bring along your toothbrush, toothpaste and dental floss. Buy a small bottled mouthwash or if you have plenty of supply left, just transfer it to a smaller container.

Hair
Carry along your favorite brush, comb and shampoo. Stuff in your hair spray, hair cream and gels if you are using one.

Personal effects
This will include your make-up kit. Remember to bring only the cosmetics that you are likely to use. Carry with you a handy mirror. You can bring your manicure set too.

Skin protection
Keep your skin healthy by putting on sunscreen and lip balm as often as you need them.

Bathroom needs
Bring along with you sets of toilet papers, soaps, towels and washcloth.

Emergency Kit
This includes the stuff you might need like flashlights, lighters, pocket knife and duct tapes. Mobile phones are important in case of emergency, be sure to bring your charger and an extra battery.

Leisure Kit
For added fun, you can bring along your travel journal, reading materials and the locale’s language book. Make the most out of fantastic views with your binoculars and your camera.

What to Do if You Get Sick After Travel or Test Positive
If you feel that you have an emergency warning sign (that include trouble breathing) , get an emergency medical care immediately.

“ Trip previously announced an upgraded travel service, providing multilingual reference with up-to-date official entry restrictions and conditions to global travelers whose travel plan are affected by the outbreak”

— Check Trip.com to see where you can travel and which country you are restricted to go .

There is no such thing as a standard traveler’s kit. It varies upon the place and the activities you’ll do in a certain place. The above kits are basically the essentials. Be sure to keep everything in checked and have a fun trip ahead on your coming years !