“Happy Holidays”. Boy-oh-boy, I’ll never take those two simple words for grant it. We are down to our last 2 months of 2020. Coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic continue to rock the world. We all have sacrificed so much.. staying in, quarantining, missing out on friends, celebrations, and life events. For some, there has been loss and profound sadness.
We hope you are all remaining safe, in good spirits and are hopeful for better days. Throughout this entire pandemic, Meaningful Trips has always referred to guidance and recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention – the CDC. Here in America, November and December bring Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays. These are also the two biggest travel times of the year. So, for this travel blog post we want to remind you all again of very important facts, and to keep up to date and follow the CDC’s recommendations.
Do Not Go Out In Public, Do Not Participate In Or Host Gatherings, and Certainly, Do NOT Travel If:
- You have or have been diagnosed with COVID-19
- You have symptoms of COVID-19
- You have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days
- You are at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19.
Holiday Travel – Find out how to keep yourself and your family safer when you celebrate fall and winter holidays.
Remember to check travel restrictions. State, local, and territorial governments may have different travel restrictions, testing requirements, stay-at-home orders, and quarantine requirements. Follow state, local, and territorial travel restrictions.
Travel Recommendations for Destinations Around The World
Traveling Abroad? Check CDC’s COVID-19 Travel Recommendations by Destination before planning your trip.
Please, if you have traveled recently, share with us your experience in the comments section below. How was your experience? How was the airport and terminal? How was the air travel and flight? Did you feel safe? Was it easy arriving in a different state? How was your return?
And, as always
Dream Now, Travel Later