Journalist Documents Her Experience Flying Overseas During Coronavirus Pandemic; It’s A Total FLIP Of What We’ve Ever Known-WATCH

Journalist and photographer Laurel Chor recently gave us a peek into what it’s like to fly overseas in times of Coronavirus. The entire process at the airport has undergone a huge change with extensive testing and quarantine measures taken by the airport

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Journalist Documents Her Experience Flying Overseas During Coronavirus Pandemic; It’s A Total FLIP Of What We’ve Ever Known-WATCH
The current COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything about the way humans live and has restricted all day to day to activities that each one of us took for granted. One of those activities has been traveling which has been restricted almost everywhere if not shut down completely. International travel has been restricted and not experienced by anyone in the last month or so as every country has taken steps to prevent the spread. Only a few flights are functioning for medical professionals and expats stranded in foreign countries. However, the entire process at the airport has undergone a huge change with several checkups keeping in mind passengers’ safety.

Journalist and photographer Laurel Chor recently gave us a peek into how it’s like to fly overseas in current times and it’s a total flip of what we have ever known. Laurel is a journalist and a photographer who flew back from France to Hong Kong and documented the whole experience. She shared a video on Twitter that showed every process starting from sanitisation of all the equipments on the flight to using a Ziploc pouch to prevent the belongings from the reach of anyone.

The whole story was shared as a thread on Twitter and has gone viral since. Social distancing is maintained at every step and a health declaration form is to be filled by the passenger who also needs to put on a tracking bracelet around their wrists. The passengers go through several phases of quarantine even after reaching their destination.


Governments are doing their best to bring back their citizens stranded in different countries but they cannot compromise in taking every precaution possible so as to ensure the virus does not spread. ALSO READ: Mammootty Provides 1000 Free Air Tickets To Stranded Indian Expats In Gulf Waiting To Be Sent Back By Special Flights






 

Image Source: Twitter/laurelchor
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