During the COVID-19 Pandemic, it baffled the world to lay it low and keep distances from people in order not to make the matter worse. Almost two years have passed and we think it is safe to say that the restrictions are improving around the world.
Things are almost back to normal again and it is time to slowly start getting back into the swing of things. If you and your family are planning an exciting holiday in Seychelles soon, then you have stumbled upon the right place.
The Public Commissioner, whom recently mentioned at a press conference, that the authorities have agreed to remove some of the restrictions as the COVID-19 community transmissions have gone down.
The overnight curfew has been discarded and the bars and casinos have been allowed to adjust their closing times, however, must follow the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to prevent a strike in positive test results. Unfortunately for the young ones, the night clubs will remain closed until further notice, but small informal gatherings have been permitted and we should soon receive guidelines on how to safely have a gathering during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
It is important to remember that the country is not free of COVID-19 and is therefore everyone’s responsibility to consider themselves and their peers’ well-being. The wearing of facemasks are compulsory, so try not to forget your sunscreen because you might not be too impressed with your tan lines after a day at the beach. Keep your distance from people and wash your hands regularly – but I mean, it has been two years of learning how to stay safe so I am pretty sure you all know the basic protocols.
For many of us, COVID-19 has become the new normal and by taking these measurements into consideration, we will be able to live and enjoy Seychelles as we once used to, pre-pandemic. Well… not entirely – but close enough.
Travelling abroad during these trailing times can be quite stressful, even though you are on holiday. Fear is a natural feeling and genuinely prepares one for the trip ahead, but travellers should not let fear get the best of them. Kreol Car Hire offer a wide range of rental vehicles in order for you and your holiday group to keep safe in your own form of transport, during your stay in Seychelles.Share This Post