Travel essentials

Home Office Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance: Entering or returning to the UK

Stick with your mates: top tips

 stick together

Stick together

Keep an eye out to make sure no one in your group gets separated from people they know and ends up alone as this can put them at risk
use tech

Use tech

Set up a WhatsApp or messenger group so you can easily keep track of where everyone is and let your friends know you’re ok
check in

Check in

‘Check in’ with your fellow travellers and let them know where you are going, for example on WhatsApp or a Facebook group to help you find them if you get lost or separated from your group. Alternatively, let your hotel / hostel know where you are going, and what time you will be back
meeting point

Agree a meeting point

Agree where you’ll gather if you get split up and head straight there if you can’t find your friends
dont drink too much

Look after each other’s drinks

Keep track of how much you’re drinking and avoid drink spiking by not leaving drinks unattended
6.	Do your prep

Do your prep

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