[Visit Jeju Island] Traveling during coronavirus? Keep in tip-top shape and stay healthy!

Jeju Island remains free of coronavirus infections (Feb. 12). Prevention and disinfection protocols are in effect in public areas (including buses and bus stops) and at private businesses (restaurants, hotels, tourist destinations.) 

medical-sister-1780698_1920Travelers always have to brave unforeseen conditions, like weather, delays, and canceled reservations.

When it comes to the current situation regarding the spread of the coronavirus worldwide, the Republic of Korea and province of Jeju Island have taken steps to keep residents and visitors safe. 

This includes the recent suspension of Jeju’s visa-free status (see more here).

But you, too, can keep yourself safe with a little dose of “preventative medicine”! 

In addition to recommendations by the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

– Wash your hands frequently and for at least 30 seconds with soap and hot water.

– Seek medical attention immediately if you develop a fever or cough.

– Practise proper etiquette when coughing or sneezing.

Here are a few more ideas for how to keep your immune system.

– Make sure you eat plenty of fruits and vegetables to ensure your body has all the nutrients it needs.

– Get plenty of sleep to stave off infections.

– Avoid chills. Your body temperature can affect the immune system’s efficiency.

Traveling during this global crisis is daunting, but with precautions you can stay safe. We wish you the best of health!

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Travel Info by Chat (9 a.m. to 6 p.m. KST): www.visitjeju.net/u/1MD


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