Travel Smart Checklist How To Plan A Trip In 2021
Category : News, Sub Title : , Posted on : June 13, 2021, Posted By : Aman
The WHO advises against the process of application or makes restrictions on travel and trade directed to those countries that are suffering outbreaks of COVID-19. As a professional health measure, the UN Medical Directors suggest that, before approving any official trips, United Nations managers and/or staff carry out a risk assessment of these trips.
This is to assess their importance, weighing the risks that may involve the traveler or meetings held in areas where there is a continuous transmission of COVID-19. This measure includes the dangers posed by medical subjects and the growth of travel/border limits both propagated by States Parties.
Defer or avoid dispatching to exaggerated areas those UN personnel who may be at increased risk of serious illness (e.g. older workers, workers with diabetes, heart and lung disease, etc.). Consult your doctor or health services in case of doubt.
For the latest information available on travel restrictions, please visit the International Air Transport Association (IATA) travel news page. Please note that this information is what countries report to IATA and may not reflect the most recent information. Also, it is general in nature and does not provide all the specific details;
For example, the US restriction lists drawn up by IATA do not fall within the level of detail that was promulgated by the State Department regarding the kinds of visas that are exempt. Travelers should check with the competent authorities of the countries to which they planning to travel in 2021. It is to ensure that they will not face any problems related to their specific situation.
You may have to travel to an area or areas where community transmission of COVID-19 has been reported. There you must monitor health status during the trip and after your return
Following Are The Place Of Concerns:
- Do not travel if you are sick or have a fever and cough.
- Make sure you follow hand hygiene and keep a minimum distance of one meter from people who cough and sneeze.
- Monitor your health for at least 14 days after your trip. It must also be done before your return. You must review the advice for UN personnel who have recently traveled to areas where there has been continuous transmission of COVID-19.
- Avoid consuming raw or undercooked animal products and always follow good food hygiene practices.
- If you develop a fever or respiratory symptoms such as shortness of breath or cough, seek medical attention immediately. You must inform your doctor of your travel history. You should do your best to explain your situation over the phone before visiting a health facility.
Concern For Travelers:
- Stay informed about health tips provided in your area, both before and during your trip.
- All travelers should be aware that local authorities may begin to apply travel restrictions. Also, they can include health control measures for travelers entering or leaving the country. Some countries may have their own permit restrictions and may have even stalled flights, making travel difficult.
- All United Nations personnel should consult the embassy, consulate, or health ministry of the destination country. The personnel should be informed of local health councils both before and during travel. You must also comply with the control measures established by the local authorities.
- To United Nations personnel who have recently returned from areas where there has been continuous transmission of COVID-19
- Comply with all the requirements set by the host country for returning travelers.
- If you have just arrived from an affected area, you should monitor any symptoms for 14 days after your return.
- During that period, you should immediately seek health care in the event that you develop any symptoms such as shortness of breath or cough.
- Inform your doctor of your travel history and do your best to explain your situation over the phone before visiting a health facility. Wear a clinical mask when you receive health care.
- You should only return to work when you are well and without any symptoms.
- Human resource managers and staff are advised to be flexible when it comes to telecommuting, in order to support those workers who must stay at home.
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