The world is ending.
That’s the message that is being sent to tourists, business travelers, and people who work at home, as the world is expected to end on December 31, 2020.
And for many of us, it’s the end of our own lives.
But what about the rest of us?
Can we continue to travel, enjoy the things we love?
Is it safe to travel or will it be a nightmare?
Can I go back to work if I have a pre-existing condition?
And can I keep my family members and friends in the country?
Here are six questions you should be asking about the end and how to prepare for it.1.
Do I Have Any Medical Needs?
It’s hard to imagine that a holiday can be more than an opportunity to unwind, and a time to celebrate.
But many people are already feeling the effects of the end.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), “a large majority of adults have a history of serious illness, and many of these illnesses may continue even after they leave the hospital.”
It’s time to ask yourself if your health is at risk.
If you have a chronic medical condition that is affecting your quality of life, and it’s a serious one, consider getting tested.2.
What Should I Expect After The World Ends?
The world is at an end.
But can we continue enjoying the things that make us unique?
Can you still visit your favorite places and have a wonderful time?
Can anyone still enjoy their favorite food?
If you are worried about your health or if you have any pre-diseases or chronic conditions, get tested and get checked out.
The AHA recommends getting tested for hepatitis C (HCV) or Hepatitis B. If both of these tests come back negative, contact your doctor for further information.3.
Is It Safe To Travel?
Do I have to worry about my health?
Can others visit me?
If so, will they feel comfortable?
Can they keep my friends and family in the countries they’re staying in?
And if so, how?4.
Can I Keep My Family Members In The Country?
There’s a new generation of people that have decided to leave the country and settle in places like India, the Middle East, and Australia.
What’s going to happen to them and their families if the world ends?
You may not be the only one worried about that.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says that the population is expected of 1.7 billion people by the end the year, which means that there are at least 10.4 billion people who will need to move abroad in the coming decades.
If that’s the case, how will we know if people are safe?
The WHO recommends that families and friends of people who have been overseas can stay together.
However, people who are not in a relationship should have an emergency plan in place and that includes a family member, friend, or relative.5.
Will I Be Able To Visit Anyplace I Already Love?
Can I still visit a place I’ve loved for years?
Can someone who is sick visit me or my family?
Is there a way to keep them and me safe?
If your family members are staying in a particular country, it is advisable to get tested for a condition that could affect your health.6.
Will Anyone Get Around?
Will people be able to get around the world after the world end?
Will they still have to take public transportation, drive in cars, or use a carpool?
Will the economy be back to normal?
Is your life going to be normal?
The answer to all of these questions will depend on what is happening in your country, and who is visiting your country.
Will you be able move into a new city, or will you be stuck in the same one for years to come?
Will you get to enjoy your vacation or will the rest go by in a blur?
It’s going be difficult to know when it’s going away, so it’s important to take steps to prepare.