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How To Travel Safely After COVID-19

By Kennedee Keys, on July 6, 2021

All of our worlds have changed since the Coronavirus Pandemic that hit in early 2020. No one could have predicted that it would last this long. Travel is one of the few industries hit as hard as healthcare, where superheroes continue to fight.

 

It would be best to continue to avoiding traveling until you have taken all precautions to protect yourself. Getting fully vaccinated can reduce your chance of getting COVID-19, but traveling internationally can increase your chance of contracting new virus variants.

 

Here is how you can travel safely after the Covid-19 Pandemic.

It’s a good idea to take a COVID-19 test a few days before you leave if you or anyone you are traveling with has not been vaccinated. The lower your chances are of bringing the disease with you, the better. Even if you’re vaccinated, you will still need to undergo testing before visiting international destinations. You can go online to travel.state.gov to check which countries have this implemented.

 

The safest means of transportation for anyone who has not been vaccinated is by car, especially if they can reach their destination on the same day, so they don’t have much contact with other people. In addition to flying being relatively safe, it is also convenient. The rules requiring airplane passengers to wear masks onboard remain unchanged at this time.

 

With more people getting the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccinations, COVID-19 cases rates have been decreasing and are expected to decrease in the United States.

The situation is very different overseas, particularly in countries like India, where vaccination rates are low and where the virus constantly evolves into new and potentially dangerous strains.

 

When traveling abroad, it is best to skip some of the activities you would usually like to do on vacation, especially if you are traveling internationally. There are risks associated with crowded indoor activities such as bars and theme parks.

 

You can travel safely after the COVID-19 pandemic if you follow health precautions and safety. We know that COVID-19 is not going to end very soon. But if you want to travel, get vaccinated as soon as possible, take care of some important health tips and enjoy the travel.

 

Travel restrictions and policies may change during your trip, so be prepared to be flexible. Travel restrictions vary by state and country.

Kennedee Keys

About the Author

Kennedee is a Passport and Visa Specialist at APVI! 

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