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Guiding Principles to Keep in Mind at the Beach

Guiding Principles to Keep in Mind at the Beach
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With all of us flocking the beaches in Goa, or Dubai, we at The Beach Company offer the following considerations for steps you can take help protect your friends & family, both in the water and on land, and slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.

Closer and longer interaction with people who don’t live together raises their risk

The more an individual interacts with people he or she doesn’t live with and the closer and longer each interaction is, the higher the risk is of getting infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. These three scenarios show how the risk of spreading the virus at the beach can go from low to high.

BEACH VISITING AFTER COVID

 

Lowest risk: Staff and beach visitors stay at least 6 feet away from people they don’t live with. Staff and beach visitors do not share food, equipment, toys, or supplies with people they don’t live with.

More risk: Staff and beach visitors get closer — less than 6 feet away from people they don’t live with but who live in the same local area*. Staff and beach visitors limit their sharing of food, equipment, toys, or supplies with others — for example, they share only with a next-door neighbour.

Highest risk: Staff and beach visitors get closer — less than 6 feet away from people who live in a different area** where the spread of the virus might be greater. Staff and beach visitors freely share their food, equipment, toys, or supplies with others, even people they don’t know.

Promoting Behaviors that Prevent the Spread of the Virus that Causes COVID-19

  • Staying Home when Appropriate
  • Social Distancing
  • Masks
  • Hand Hygiene and Respiratory Etiquette
  • Adequate Supplies
  • Signs and Messages

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