If your car is going to be sitting idle for a while during this pandemic, take the car out for 5 to 10 minutes once or twice each week to avoid battery problems. Always check the car battery and battery terminals first, to see if there is any corrosion or sulfur build up in the terminals.
Since your car is going to remain unused for a while, make sure it is properly covered and parked in a place away from sunlight, which may damage the paint. Also make sure that you have cleaned your car properly before covering it.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, your car is likely to remain in the garage for a while. So before you park it, thoroughly clean it, both inside and out, so that dirt or dust doesn't accumulate in your car as it sits in the garage.
As your car idles in the garage during the pandemic, ensure that you have a full tank of fuel, because half filled tank may cause condensation, which is not ideal and may cause rusting in the interior of the tank.
If you are keeping your car parked in the garage for a long time, it is essential that you don't engage the handbreak, because in time the brake pads may get stuck to the discs or drums and get jammed. If your car does not have a parking mode, just put a brick or a block of wood under the tyres to stop it form moving.
When a car sits in the garage for a long time, it should be ensured that the tyres are inflated to the correct tyre pressure, so that there are no cracks in the sidewall and no flat spots in the tyre.
Navana Limited is doing its part in this time of crisis to help the nation and its citizens by constructing the first field hospital to combat COVID-19 iin Faujdarhat, Chittagong. They have allotted 6500 sq. feet of their own premises for the field hospital, with 60 beds, 10 ICUs, 20 doctors, nurses, healthcare officials, and volunteers, along with life saving machines and medicines. The primary goal of this hospital is to aid the nation in this trying time by providing medical care to the citizens afflicted with COVID-19.
To reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, avoid public places and remain at a distance of at least 6 feet from others. Social distancing is highly effective against the current pandemic.
An effective way to reduce the spread of the coronavirus is to wash hands regularly,
In this time of crisis, everyone’s lives depend on whether you practice social distancing, not just your own; please maintain social distancing.
It is our responsibility to remain indoors during the pandemic. However, if we do have to go out with our car, there are some practices we must keep in mind.
Maintaining social distance is an effective way to reduce the spread of COVID-19. You hold the safety of not only yourself, but also your loved ones as well as others around you; so please practice social distancing.
If we have to venture out due to emergencies, we have to maintain some practices after returning home during this pandemic.
The novel coronavirus is a global crisis. Originating in China, this virus has quickly created a pandemic. The novel coronavirus is deadlier than similar viruses because of two reasons: firstly, this is a new virus and we have no immunity against it, so its symptoms affect us strongly. Secondly, there can be presymptomatic transmission, meaning that one may spread the virus before its symptoms show up, which increases the speed of its transmission. This is why we should all remain indoors and maintain social distance for the duration of the pandemic.