5 Tips for Celebrating Eid Al-Fitr in the Middle of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Windowofworld.com – Eid is in sight, at this time Eid cannot be celebrated together with the extended family due to restrictions. Even the homecoming ban has been issued to prevent increasing the spread of the corona virus in Indonesia.
Even though we can’t travel or even go home, we can still connect with relatives back home through video calls. Well, if you are one of the people who may not be able to carry out the Eid homecoming. Here are some tips for celebrating Eid al-Fitr in the midst of a more enjoyable pandemic.
Buying Clothes Online
It has become a tradition to shop for Eid clothes just before Eid al-Fitr. Not infrequently we see shopping centers full of discounts and crowded with people to get a few pieces of clothing. Now, because we are still in a pandemic era, it is a good idea to buy clothes online. Because this will be safer and avoid crowds that can trigger the spread of corona cases in Indonesia.
Since the government has set restriction regulations, going home can also be prohibited. However, even though you were unable to go home to your homecoming last year and this year, you are still connected to your beloved family through video calls. Even if you are not fasting enough, you must not be selfish about it, we must also take care of our loved ones by obeying the advice of the government and implementing health protocols.
Create Eid decorations
Eid may be far from familial, but who says the atmosphere will change. The atmosphere of Eid can still be created by making various Eid decorations for your home. Make it interesting, Friends of Fimela can also make their own Eid cakes that can be sent to families in their hometowns.
Prepare the THR
Even though they cannot return to their hometown, Fimela Friends can still share their THR by using a sophisticated application. You can send THR to your family in your hometown. This is a tradition that has been eagerly awaited especially for young children.
Don’t Forget, Get Enough Rest
This is the thing most often forgotten by many people because they are busy preparing for Eid. Adequate rest is the key so that the body remains healthy during the fasting period until Eid. It also helps you avoid diseases and viruses.
So, here are some tips for celebrating Eid al-Fitr in the midst of a pandemic. Even though you can’t go home, stay connected to your family!