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The Safest Way To Take A Road Trip While Social Distancing

Whether it’s advisable or not, many people going stir crazy from weeks of social distancing are looking to take a drive or even a road trip. Though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people restrict car travel to essential trips only, folks are ready to skirt the rules a little. About 1 […]

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Experts Predict How Coronavirus May Change Hotel Stays

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the travel industry in seemingly every way imaginable. One area undergoing massive changes ― and preparing for more ― is the hotel business. Public health experts are generally still advising against nonessential travel, but as states start to reopen, people are venturing off and booking hotel stays. And hotels are […]

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These Are The Best And Worst Cities For A Staycation

With traditional travel largely off the table due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans are getting creative with how they spend their vacation days. For many people, that means keeping it local with “staycations.” A new report from the personal finance website WalletHub ranks the best and worst cities for staycations in the United State based […]

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Airlines Are Setting Their Own Rules And Packing More People Onto Flights

 This article is published in partnership with Newsy. As America creeps — or in some cases, sprints — back to business amid an ongoing pandemic, there’s at least one industry that’s largely charting its own course through the crisis: airlines. Like most industries, the coronavirus has hit airlines hard, and they are eager to return […]

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What You Should Know About Flying Right Now Amid The Coronavirus

Just because summer has unofficially begun doesn’t mean summer travel should be starting up anytime soon. At this stage of the coronavirus pandemic, public health experts still do not recommend nonessential travel, and that includes flying. “It is important to avoid air travel because it inherently involves spending time in places where others have passed […]

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Should You Travel To A Reopened State?

When Georgia allowed businesses to reopen at the end of April, many visitors from elsewhere flocked to the Peach State to take advantage of the restaurants, salons, bowling alleys and more. As other states followed with staged reopenings, the trend continued. These trips are risky amid the COVID-19 pandemic. After all, the threat of coronavirus […]