Moving tips during COVID 19 pandemic

Covid-19 has turned our lives around in a major way and people have been forced to formulate new ways of living to safeguard their lives. From work to family life, travel, and even politics. Every aspect of life now has to be approached from a different perspective.

Even as the pandemic continues to affect economies around the world, life must move on and people have become more creative in the way they live. If you have to move your office or home during this season, it’s perhaps one of the most challenging things to do. However, there are precautionary moving tips you can use to protect your family or employees even as you move houses.

Work With Professional Movers

As people find a way of living with Covid-19, various industries have developed protocols that guide their business and allow them to keep safe. If you seek the services of professional movers, it’s easier to create an approach that ensures the safety of everyone involved. For instance, companies have put in place measures to frequently have their employees tested. You can specifically request to be served by personnel who can produce a COVID negative certificate if that’s applicable

Precise Processes

While moving premises during this pandemic, it’s essential that you put in place guidelines that can be followed by all the involved parties to avoid infections. Such guidelines affect the handling of items while packing, loading, and unloading. One way of doing this is ensuring that only the designated persons are allowed to handle items from one place through to their destinations. If you are working with a moving company to move your home or office, you may want them to handle everything without the assistance of your family or colleagues.

Handle kids carefully

Naturally, kids will get excited about moving from one place to the other, especially if this affects their lives entirely. This may be expressed as they jump around and touching everything. You can avoid this by having them moved in a different car and possibly at a different day. This will keep them safe and help to monitor them for safety purposes from Covid-19.

Know your location 

A lot of information is now available about the statistics in various locations. It’s essential to use this data to evaluate the dangers you may encounter while moving into a new locality. If you are moving into an area where more cases of Covid-19 are reported daily, you may need to put in place more strict measures for your family or employees. 

In addition, this is a critical time and it’s necessary to know what measures have been put in place by authorities in different jurisdictions. This will keep you on the right side of the law and generally protect you.

Take General care of yourself

The most basic approach to keeping Covid-19 at bay is ensuring personal safety through the guidelines given by various leaders and organizations. It is therefore critical that you stat committed to enforcing personal safety even as we look into various ways of taking care of others.

Fumigate the new space

Before occupying the new premises, make sure that general cleanliness is maintained inside and outside. It is advisable to fumigate the new building as a precautionary way of protecting you and your loved ones. Before you allow your loved ones to occupy it, make sure that they adequately sanitize and observe general hygiene to minimize chances of spreading the pandemic

Work within Your Budget

This is a hard economic time for most people and there is hardly enough money for extra expenditure. As you work towards moving houses, ensure that you spend your money creatively. For instance, you can recycle some old packaging materials instead of buying new ones. Also, negotiate with the moving company so that you get a good deal. Remember to sign a contract to safeguard your interests as well.


The world is slowly putting in place mechanisms to rise above the pandemic. This means that business and livelihoods have to continue. Everybody is tasked with the responsibility of taking precautions in whatever ways we can. If moving is not a pressing issue and can be done later, you may consider postponing it to a convenient later date. If you must move premises, follow the guidelines listed above and any other that are relevant to the exercise.