Thanks to vaccines and a better understanding of the novel coronavirus, more people are starting to step outside and into a plane, train, or automobile. But after laying low for a couple years, the flu is back in force and posing a bigger threat in some areas than COVID-19.
Knowing how to travel safely is always important, but during our current viral onslaught, safety is more crucial than ever. Amid a carousel of new variants and rising flu case counts, it can be hard to know what to do when it comes to travel these days.
To help you satisfy that wanderlust safely, we’ve updated our travel safety guidelines. We added specific tips about protecting yourself and your fellow travelers during the days of the coronavirus.
It’s important to note that the CDC currently recommends delaying travel until you're fully vaccinated. But if you’re not going to stay home, check out the CDC website for more tips to keep you and those you visit safe and healthy during the pandemic.