Back to life
Ready to go back to life with the new restrictions. We've put together some useful tips to help you stay safe and enjoy with your loved ones. Know more.
13 Oct 2020
3 min read
Using public transport
As public services resume, make sure to carry a spare mask with you, as well as plenty of hand sanitizer. Try to reach the station in advance so that you have extra time to spare to wait for the next bus or train in case it's busy. If it looks too busy for you to be able to social distance, wait for the next one: don't rush and put yourself or others at risk! Where possible, avoid unnecessary contact with surfaces; research shows that touching a handrail on public transport is the equivalent to shaking hands with 10,000 people!
The new dilemma: sanitizer vs. soap?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends washing hands with soap and water whenever possible to reduce the amount of germs and chemicals on them. But if soap and water aren't available, using a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol can help reduce the spread of germs, too.
Keep Lifebuoy sanitizer handy so you can quickly clean your hands on the go!
Adjusting to the new normal: Checklist
Here's everything we recommend you take with you when you head out this summer! Going out? Make sure you've got everything need:
A spare mask
Hand sanitizer (make sure there's enough left)
Wipes, just in case you need to wipe down a surface or product