People across the northeast are itching for a little fun in the sun. Cue spring break! Over the next few weeks, social media feeds will brim over with pictures of sandy shores, road trips, and house parties.
And hey, we know that what happens at spring break stays at spring break. Just remember that we have your back! From COVID testing to safety tips, read on to see how we can help you prepare for your trip. We’ll also be here to welcome you back with discreet, comfortable care when you get home.
vybe is here to help with some important reminders and timely services. Consider these four important tips before heading out on your adventure.
Before stepping out your door, remember that if you’re feeling sick, rest is best. Don’t risk getting sicker or exposing others to your illness if you have symptoms. If you feel OK but believe you could have COVID, get tested to know for sure.
That being said, it’s also important to check your travel itinerary for any required COVID testing. Things to consider include:
It’s important to check frequently as requirements are subject to change. Also keep in mind that while many people now have access to at-home COVID testing, most places will require official documentation of results.
Some venues may require proof of COVID vaccination. If you’re not yet fully vaccinated, make an appointment as soon as possible. Remember that you’re not considered “fully vaccinated” until 2 weeks after your final dose. Keep your vaccination card in a safe place and take a photo with your phone, just in case. Remember, even if you don’t require proof of vaccination, COVID vaccines and boosters can help you to stay safe and healthy on your trip!
The excitement of the open road can be distracting, so before turning the ignition, remember:
For many, spring break is the first exposure to sunshine in months. People can’t wait to kick off their Sunday shoes and soak in some rays. We’re not here to stop you, but here are some reminders for sunburn protection:
When it’s time to unwind, these tips can help you to stay safe while knocking back a few drinks with your friends:
Make sure you and your friends are familiar with the signs of alcohol poisoning, like dulled responses, mental confusion, vomiting, or trouble breathing. If you believe someone could be experiencing alcohol poisoning, seek medical assistance immediately by calling 911.
While shot glasses and postcards are suitable mementos, there are some unwelcome souvenirs you may find yourself bringing home with you. We’re not here to judge, but we are here to help. vybe urgent care makes a great choice for testing and treatment.
When it comes to spring break, vybe has your back with COVID-19 testing, vaccines, drug testing, and STI testing, not to mention quality treatment from our caring team. We’ll help to send you on your way, and will be waiting to welcome you home. Bon, voyage!