How to stay healthy and safe this Diwali season?

Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is just around the corner. But, because of the existence of new variants of viruses, again the largest celebration of the year is almost certainly going to be a discreet event.

Several individual states, including Maharashtra, now have urged citizens to exercise caution and refrain from using fireworks. Medical specialists say that the government has made a wise move in requesting that people refrain from burning crackers for the last two years. Many people are still confused about the preparations that must be taken since the threat of a pandemic grows day by day.

But not to fear when we this issue covered for you as well. Here are a few tips that the specialists have recommended to follow while celebrating Diwali

  • Elders must stay indoors

First, things first to prevent the frigid temperatures outside, the elderly should stay indoors at all times. Physical gatherings should be avoided by people of all ages. Instead, catch up with family and friends virtually. Maintain distance and stay safe and healthy.

  • Place sanitizers faraway from fire

Sanitizer bottles are popular in residences, and people began keeping them on hand since the Covid-19 epidemic. However, because most sanitizers are alcohol-based, they may readily catch fire. As a result, store your sanitizer bottles in a secure location.

  • Say no to Crackers

Say no to firecrackers or any other type of burning trash during Diwali, especially dry leaves in a small park or a fireplace, since any sort of smoke can cause major health risks amid the ongoing pandemic outbreak. The pre-existing allergy disease may be worse by carbon particles from fumes and chemical vapors from firecrackers. Vapor particles can adhere to the nostrils for an extended amount of time, exacerbating Allergic Rhinitis and triggering asthma and bronchitis attacks. All of this is sure to affect the lungs, and we may predict a rise in Covid-19 cases and death during and after Diwali.

  • Don’t eat outside food

Although there is no proof that Covid-19 may be transmitted through cooking, it is advised that individuals refrain from eating outside during the holiday season. This is not just due to the risk of the pandemic, but also to the fact that food from outside sources can induce other stomach diseases, which can impact your immunity and general health. Furthermore, nothing beats a home-cooked, traditional dinner at a festival, right?

Disclaimer: The views expressed above are for informational purposes only based on industry reports and related news stories. PropertyPistol does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information and shall not be held responsible for any action taken based on the published information.


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