10 things to keep in mind for safe Holi 2022

Do not lower your guards, wear a face mask during Holi celebrations.

Try to keep the list of the guests as short as possible and

Also, make sure that no one with signs of cold or fever is involved in the celebration.

Avoid large or mass gatherings and play Holi in small groups. This will help you stay away from too many people which can have changes of a mass spreading of the virus.

COVID is a respiratory disease that triggers or gets triggered by respiratory illnesses. In order to ensure this safety, play with dry colours and avoid watercolors as much as possible.

Social distancing can be tough when playing Holi in a group, but try to avoid mixing with too many people during the celebration.

Avoid shaking hands and hugging.

Do not eat using your hands without washing them after playing Holi.

Keep a hand sanitizer with you always.

It is advisable for the kids and the older adults to avoid celebrating Holi. more  

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More than wisdom we understand and live the life with Value based life of cleanliness .This mains depends upon each and every person ,very careless in cleanliness leads people's. have to faced deadly decease . Even now days skin ceased highly effected to people and links problem . A Avoid ourselves and lead a life with self conscious is very good. Our Minister made there many facilities for cleanliness .but there is know value for this each and person keep their self conscious keep up cleanliness Inthe life is most counted for immunities. more  
Clean environmental is godly environment. Swatch Bharat is great parts of the immunity of the life. Cleanliness is everyday needs of environment and humanity just like food we need to eat. more  
Thanks for 'do's an 'don'ts' more  
Thanks for the information. We are following these guidelines for the past 2 years more  
I agree and subscribe to Ms Vinita 's tips for safe Holi. Happy Holi to everyone. more  
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