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How To Play Safe Holi In Corona Pandemic: This year's Holi is different in every respect. It will get wet in colors, but with this, we will have to take Covid-19 in mind also, so that we will all be safe.
How To Play Safe Holi In Corona Pandemic: In this year's Holi, we have a special need to protect ourselves by keeping the Covid-19 going, so that we can celebrate free from this epidemic coming next year. On this Holi, when we have already Spike is seen in the cases of Covid and the festive season is also with the people. If extreme care is not taken in this way, the situation can become more serious due to the change of weather. This year it would be better to avoid any kind of celebrations like Holi at any public places. Everyone should avoid the program in this way, especially by playing Holi with water and touching their eyes, nose, and lips, shaking hands, and applying color to each other. At this time it is also important to follow all safety protocols, such as physical Maintaining distance, wearing a mask, and frequent hand sanitizer.
Some useful tips: - Always wear masks and take adequate precautions to clean your hands and maintain social distance. -To protect yourself from cold and flu-like infections, do not stay out for long, because if dry colors go into the eyes or mouth, anyone can cough and it can spread the sputum. -Avoid embracing others. Try other ways to compliment each other.
Even if you are meeting people, just deal with sweets and come back home.
Keep away from watercolor, once the mask is wet, it is not enough to keep you safe.
Avoid Social Gathering because if someone is infected, it can spread the infection to the people present there.
To take precautions for those playing Holi at home
: For the eyes:
Do not play Holi because it can cause unintentional injury.
To avoid injury, use protective gear or protective eyeglasses.
First of all, do not pour colored water on anyone, if you put them, then tell them and soak them with water, so that they can close their eyes or cover them with their hands.
Avoid toxic chemical dyes as they can cause irritation, redness, and allergies as well as irritation in the eyes.
Natural colors can cause a lot of damage to the eyes, so apply protective eye gear such as zero power glass or sunglasses.
To prevent colored water from the hair dripping on the eyes and face, apply a scarf or hat.
Avoid unintentionally wearing eyeglasses or other protective gear in the eyes with colored linen fingers. You can also become a victim of infection.
Avoid rubbing the eyes with your hands, instead of blinking the eyelids fast many times.
Instead of splashing the water in the eyes vigorously, wash it with a light stream of water so that the color comes out.
Skincare tips: - Apply coconut oil all over the body as dry skin easily absorbs chemicals. Hair, fingernails, and ears. Apply mustard oil on the back.
After applying oil to your body, apply waterproof sunscreen with gel above 25 SPF.
Apply nail paints of dark shades to the nails and remove them after playing Holi.
Wash the cuts and wounds and apply ice immediately and clean with antibacterial lotion. If you have not injected tetanus injection in the last 4-5 months, then do apply it.
Use herbal colors or make color at home with these, marigold flowers or beet juice.
Change wet clothes as soon as possible. If you are playing with dry colors, wash your face and hands continuously.