Ideally, you should stay home and celebrate as a family or limit your visits to only the closest relatives.
If you are having visitors at home, limit the number of people you are allowing in your home at one time.
Before Christmas, avoid visiting public places where there are many crowds of people, in order to avoid the risk of infecting your family and those who intend to visit your home.
Avoid hugging, shaking hands, and kissing.
If you are going to receive visitors at home, meet outdoors, outside your house or in the yard where the air can have better circulation, sit away from the other person at the table, it is better to be separated.
If you don't have a patio, open doors and windows in the house to allow air to circulate and wear a mask.
People who have more than 60 years in the family, avoid going out to make visits or if they are going to receive visitors at home, avoid approaching these people, you are advised to give Merry Christmas from a distance or through a phone call or from video call.
Maintain all Covid-19 rules at all times.
Wherever you cannot maintain a distance of 1.5 meters, it is recommended to wear a mask.
Do not share utensils such as glasses, plates, spoon, knife or fork, preferably use disposable (plastic) and do not drink from the same bottle or can.
Reduce to a minimum or if you can, avoid alcohol consumption.
Use antibacterial gel or cleaning wipes before entering a house where you are going to visit and also when leaving.
If you feel unwell, or if you have any symptoms such as cough, fever, headache, sore throat, pain in the body, in the muscles or diarrhea, stay home and do not pay or receive any visitors, call your home doctor and follow the instructions.
It is advisable to use a mask if you are going to have a visitor inside your home.
If possible, disinfect all areas after each visit.