[WHO/Europe] Sustainable and active mobility is the new normality

Moving around during the COVID-19 outbreak

While cities around the world are introducing a broad range of measures to limit physical contacts to prevent and slow down the COVID-19 pandemic, many people might still have a need:

+ to move around cities to reach their workplaces when possible,
+ meet essential daily needs, or
+ provide daily needs or provide assistance to vulnerable people.

Do not move around if you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing.
In this case, stay home and seek medical attention as your local health authority advises.

Whenever feasible, consider riding bicycles or walking.
This provides physical distancing while helping to meet the minimum requirement for daily physical activity, which may be more difficult due to increased teleworking, amd limited accsess to sport and other recreational activities.”

Source: [WHO/Europe]
Source: WHO/Europe

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Marko Savić

on a mission of reopening cross-border inter-regional railway lines along with building long-distance bicycling path by connecting authorities and economy with sustainable mobility for all, physical & mental health and sports. :: :: :: na misiji ponovnega odprtja čezmejnih med-regionalnih železniških linij z zgraditvijo vzdolžnih daljinskih kolesarskih poti prek povezovanja politik in gospodarstva s trajnostno mobilnostjo za vse, fizičnim in javnim zdravjem ter športom.

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