Will 'sanitised travel' keep you safe while travelling amid Covid-19?

A passenger dressed in a PPE suit checking in for his flight at KLIA recently. It is common to see passengers wearing some sort of protection coveralls at the airport these days. - Photos: AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Before the Covid-19 pandemic, Stephanie Aeria travels about five times a year. She would make three local trips to places like Ipoh in Perak, Melaka and Penang. And depending on her budget, she might go on two international holidays.

All that has changed with the ongoing coronavirus crisis. These days, Aeria, 29, is thinking twice about leaving her home in Selangor.

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