Since March, the world and the way we live began to change, transformed into what we will soon be able to call our normality. We have had to adapt to living in social distancing separated from many of our loved ones, our co-workers, gym friends, teachers, and all those we had contact daily before COVID 19. After an extended quarantine, months of working remotely, and homeschooling, we are now desperate to go out. We all need a vacation trip that can clear our minds and relax from all the stress of this worldwide pandemic. Experts are saying that if you have to travel, you need to choose the safest way of transportation, and so far, the best option is by car and with your family, because you don’t want to be traveling with people whose risk of infection may be unknown. One thing you have to consider is to be very cautious about making stops while traveling by car. If you have to make stops, the most important is to wear a mask and appropriate distancing.
With the arrival of COVID-19 on the global scene, travel has taken on a decidedly new look in 2020. While summer travel plans of years past may have revolved around packed destinations, being a part of energetic events and crowds or making visits to landmarks where the lines are undoubtedly long—things this year may need to take a turn for the more open.
In this global pandemic, we are living difficult times full of uncertainty. Experts have recommended that we try to focus on what we can control and what gives us happiness to be able to cope with it. For all the globetrotters out there, the idea that we will travel again is what makes us happier. When this day comes, be prepared with your 12 ounces of hand sanitizer and have your masks ready, because these will be basic safety measures you have to follow to protect your health and others so you can enjoy your trip.