With the death toll surpassing the 1.5 million line and expected to increase, everyone is cautious about traveling. Regional borders have been reopened, international flights have resumed.
This has you thinking, what then is the safest means of transport that you may use to prevent you and your loved ones from contracting Coronavirus. In this article, we shall look at whether planes are safe and what other transportation modes are safe.
There is no safe travel. As long as someone else has Coronavirus, then anyone else can get it.
For a long time, flying has always been the safest means of transportation.
With the new challenge of Covid-19, can flying still claim its title as the safest transportation means?
Well, for one, Coronavirus spread faster to other continents and regionals due to flight transportation.
At the same time, plane travel cannot be avoided when you want fast transportation overseas, not unless you’re okay with weeks of travel on water.
For you to make your flight travel safe from Coronavirus, it’s going to be a group effort. The players here are the government, airline officials, and you as a traveler.
The government has to impose strict flight measures with stringent punishment for disobedience, the airlines have to abide by the regulations and you have to do your part and follow all covid-19 protection measures.
To say that planes are not safe, you’d be wrong. Maybe it wasn’t safe when there were a few countries affected but now the virus has spread worldwide.
Studies have shown that the risk of transmission of Covid-19 in an airplane is lower because of the fast air circulation in the plane.
However, when you see it from a different point of view, flights can be quite dangerous. Take for example an incoming flight … Read the rest