Holi in the times of Covid-19: Precautions To Take For A Safe Holi

Holi, the festival of colours, will be celebrated across the country on March 29. Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, and Odisha have already banned Public celebrations on the festival as the country is battling the second wave of the Covid-19 virus.

Holi, the festival of colours, will be celebrated across the country on Monday, March 29. The excitement that accompanies the festival of colours is missing from the faces as the threat of the novel coronavirus infection Covid-19 looms large. Due to an acute spike in the Covid-19 cases, many are opting away from celebrations, nonetheless, you can still enjoy the festival meeting your loved ones and relishing Gujiyas, Burfi, and Thandai indoors.

Health experts around the country have advised people to avoid the Holi celebrations this year. In case you have decided to still engulf into the celebrations; We have listed down precautions that you should take for a Safe Holi:

  • Make sure no one with signs of cold or fever is involved in the celebration


  • Avoid large gatherings and play with a small group of people


  • In case of mild cold or cough, avoid the celebrations completely


  • Avoid the use of watercolours


  • Don`t take your mask off


  • Maintain social distancing, do not let people smear colour on your face


  • Don`t eat anything until you take a shower


  • Children and Adults should completely avoid the celebrations


  • It`s highly recommended to celebrate the festival indoor


  • Avoid handshakes and hugging

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