Controversial? When Will It Actually Be Safe to Travel?

Last updated on July 4th, 2020

A New Normal?

Covid-19 has taken the world by storm, and we have basically had to pause many aspects of our lives in order to combat the virus, especially as we had very little information to go off of at the beginning. We have had some mixed data come in regarding second waves upon states around America reopening, so be sure to keep up-to-date on information. The biggest question people want to know is when life can go back to normal, and for my fellow travelers out there, when it is okay & safe to travel once again.

Less hospitalizations & deaths could be attributed to adequate preparation and fully-stocked necessities.

As of this moment, while we are seeing a bit of a spike here in Florida, hospitalizations & deaths have yet to increase by that same measure, which is a great early sign. I believe we are seeing less of these due to hospitals & testing facilities being adequately prepared and fully-stocked for potential secondary spikes whereas three months ago, there was total chaos, very few test kits, and no plan for capacity issues.

Be respectful to others and keep social distancing until medical professionals deem it no longer necessary.

When it comes to being out & about, whether that’s traveling, going to restaurants, grocery shopping, working in the office, etc., it is still important to be smart until this is fully behind us. Be respectful to others and keep social distancing until medical professionals deem it no longer necessary. Now, to travel or not to travel; that is the question.

If you are traveling, which I will be from Sunday-Friday to Marco Island, FL, do so at less populous destinations to be better able to avoid large crowds. Fewer people means it will be easier to socially distance away from others. This way, you can keep you and your family safe while having a great time outside of the house.

Meeting great people is one of my favorite aspects of travel, so not being able to do that is an unfortunate side effect of the necessary precautions. However, just know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and we will make it through together. Here’s to future travels across the globe with all of you.

Whether you agree or disagree with my thoughts, I would love to hear from you down in the comments section below; all opinions are respected here. Most importantly, whatever you decide, stay safe guys!

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