Thesaurus / precaution


In Chinatown, she urged people to take precautions and to be vigilant.
The measure was taken partly as a precaution for the health of Jeopardy host Alex Trebek, who has stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
Getting on an airplane, he postulated, was not something consumers would be ready to do for a long time, leaving travel plans to be dictated more by safety precautions than whimsy.
Overall, business execs say that approaching an in person meeting with transparency as well as setting the stage for the kinds of precautions that will happen once in person is key.
Given the opportunity to test and find out that an asymptomatic contact is positive is always preferable, she said, because people are more likely to take precautions and isolate properly, particularly around family members.
We want to protect especially the most vulnerable, those who are elderly, those that have preexisting conditions, they should be taking more precautions.
You should think of them as an extra precaution, or as a last resort when other options are unavailable.
To help patrons feel safer, theaters are taking extra precautions, including admitting fewer customers to allow for social distancing, requiring masks, and improving their ventilation.
“That allowed us to test out all the safety precautions and procedures that we wanted to put in place to make sure that everyone felt safe and make sure that no one got sick,” said Sidner.
However, for all the precautions producers are taking and adjustments they are making, the biggest impediment to returning to production is the cost.


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