If businesses resume, social distancing will become the world’s new temporary definition for self-care.
There are many things we can do to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus):
- Washing our hands regularly
- Coughing into our elbows
- Avoiding touching our faces
- Staying home if we’re feeling sick; and
- Social distancing.
“Social distancing” is a phrase that’s dominating news headlines and working its way into everyday conversation.
Usually when we talk about health and wellness and caring about each other, it’s all about contentedness and really reaching out and being together with community, family, friends, loved ones. But With news of the COVID-19 virus coming at us from all directions, anxiety is running high, and it’s important to know about the new self-care–Social distancing.
What really is social distancing?
It’s not the same as a quarantining or isolating oneself. According to the CDC, social distancing means:
- Remaining out of “congregate settings” as much as possible.
- Avoiding mass gatherings.
- Maintaining a distance of about 6 feet from others when possible.
In other words, it’s simply trying to keep some space between you and other people.
It is said that the infection is spread by respiratory droplets, spread between 2 persons within about six feet of each other. And so avoiding those circumstances where you’re going to be really in close contacts with a lot of other people can help achieve social distancing.
A key concept of social distancing is slowing the spread of the epidemic in order to decrease the pressure on the health care system.
Images of overloaded hospitals in areas that have been hit hard by the virus have illustrated just how dangerous an overwhelmed health care system can be during a pandemic. If society slows the spread, health care workers can take better care of every individual person.
Most people who get COVID-19, experience mild to moderate symptoms, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath, experts say. But for some people, the disease can be far worse. And early data show that older adults and individuals with underlying health conditions (such as diabetes, heart disease, and lung disease) are more likely to experience severe illness, even death. — These people are called the high-risk population
Staying home as much as possible and avoiding crowded spaces — even if you are young, healthy, and symptom-free; helps reduce the risk of infection.
It should be noted that social distancing is for everyone and not just for high-risk populations.
Often before people even know they’re sick, they could spread the virus.
In essence: In situations like this, Keeping your distance from others helps keep you and others healthy.
How will UkeySmart help?
With the growing fear of touching various things, traveling much, and encountering different people, UkeySmart will help your customers avoid all these things and have zero trust issues.
Latest keyless technology: UkeySmart is special software that provides its users with key-less technology. Anyone using UkeySmart can unlock the door with their mobile phones. It works on the technology of Bluetooth. So by bringing their phones near the door and just a tap, can help them unlock the doors.
Eventually, this will eliminate their fear of touching different things, as everyone believes their phones are cleaner and safer to touch.
Room booking through their phones: UkeySmart is a highly functional app that helps its users to book a room of their standards through their phones.
Due to ingrown social distancing, people are avoiding huge gatherings and crowded places, so in this situation, people are more likely to opt for any option to avoid these crowds. UkeySmart will help them in this case by allowing them to book a room without approaching any human person.