Our members who receive visitors customize their businesses to make it safe for you. The adaptation is individual, but means, for example:
- information to staff, customers and other visitors,
- marks distance on the floor,
- furnish or otherwise create space to avoid congestion;
- offers the opportunity to wash your hands with soap and water or offer hands-on liquor
- avoids gathering more people, especially in confined spaces.
You as a visitor also do your part to make it safe. Here are some important things everyone can do:
- Stay home even if you just feel a little cold.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Keep away from others both indoors and outdoors.
- Keep away from others on the bus, train, subway and other public transport.
- Avoid parties, funerals, baptisms, parties or weddings.
- Keep away from others at sports venues, swimming pools and gyms and avoid changing into public changing rooms.
- Do not travel during rush hour if you can avoid it.
- Only travel if necessary.
- If you are 70 years of age or older, it is of the utmost importance that you limit your social contacts and avoid places where people gather.