By The Nation
Hand-sanitising gel: Carry a 70-per-cent alcohol gel to clean your hands immediately after you touch anything outside the house.
Liquid soap: Washing hands is all important at this time, and using liquid soap will not make your skin dry.
Face mask: It is important to wear one when outside because not only will it protect you from respiratory droplets, it will also prevent you from touching your face with dirty hands.
Wet wipes: Useful for keeping hands clean or for use in public toilets.
Rubber gloves: Will protect you from directly touching risky spots.
Cutlery: Using a serving spoon will reduce the risk of infection.
Straw: Using a personal straw is safer because the virus can be transmitted via people’s hands.
Personal food carrier: This will prevent you from sharing plates with others and cut down on your risk of catching the virus.
Supplements: Boost your immunity with vitamins and other supplements.
Thermometer: Always have an infrared thermometer handy to keep track of your body temperature.