The events that occurred across the world in the last few weeks made us urgently reassess many of our habits, attitudes and beliefs. This includes not only the most complex dynamics of how our society works, but also small gestures in our routine, such as how often we wash our hands or how we interact or greet people.
The use of masks in order to prevent the spread of diseases, which was previously limited to some countries in Asia, such as Japan, is one of those habits that will certainly become increasingly more present worldwide. At the moment, in which we are still facing the critical stage of a pandemic of worldwide proportions, this becomes a matter of collective safety, rather than an personal decision.
Since GOL was founded, almost two decades ago, one of the pillars of its dna has been the constant concern for the safety of its customers, employees and society. There is no issue that supersedes the care with every detail when ensuring the highest standards of caution, always and at all levels.