Many restrictions have taken place in the coronavirus between the Holi of 2020 and this year. Remembered? Last year somewhat during this time, coronavirus already began as an alarming issue all across India. Even, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had canceled Holi Milan and stated people not to play Holi in large gatherings.
Things changed a bit this year. In order to mark your holi safe and sound, experts have listed how to stay safe and enjoy the festival. Heath authorities and authorities are worried over the possibility that if people don’t adhere to Covid-19 protocol the upcoming festivals of Holi and this may turn into super-spreader events.
Here is what you should not do to keep yourself safe from Covid-19’s second wave during holi
Don’t celebrate festivals with a big gathering, where people with unknown travel history may be part of the celebration.
Try not to leave your current place of residency to celebrate the festival in some other town. Avoid using public transport for travel.
Don’t take part in celebrations or allow anybody else to do so
Avoid handshakes and hugging during the festival
And, most importantly, don’t be careless in following Covid-19 protocol fully. Wear a face mask if you go outdoors or meet somebody outside your family
Some states like Maharashtra, Punjab, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi have already imposed restrictions to make sure that while people celebrate festivals of Holi and Shab-e-Baraat, their gatherings don’t worsen the situation further.
Have a happy yet safe day!