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Keep Safe with These 5 COVID Travel Tips

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We’ve been stuck in the house the last seven months, going out of our minds trying to keep occupied with self-care, crosswords, grocery trips, and who knows what else. 

Many of us have endured a great deal of anxiety merely being in the house day in and day out. We’ve had to explore other options to keep our nerves sustained until it’s safe to return to our true extrovert ways. 

Ironically, travel is something some people use to reduce stress and anxiety. Still, this option isn’t as attainable at the moment. 

So, what’s another alternative you can try out? 

CBD Gummies!

Everyone loves CBD gummies because they’re tasty, convenient, and provide an element of discreteness when it’s needed. You can use these to ward off the anxious feeling that stems from being indoors for weeks on end, or you can use them if you decide to travel during COVID. 

Whatever you choose, you’ll see how beneficial and versatile it can be. 

Now that you’ve got the details on keeping your chill, let’s look at those helpful travel tips you need.

Keep the Mask on Deck

When Coronavirus first came to our attention, the public was told not to use masks. They were ineffective as far as protecting us from the virus. However, a few months later, everyone was instructed to wear masks at all times when outside the house. 

When you go to travel, make sure you have plenty of masks available. As far as disposable masks are concerned, it would help if you had a bunch of them if your mask becomes contaminated. 

Make sure to keep your mask on when you’re traveling and keep six feet distance from other travelers. 

Get Tested Before and After Your Trip

If you’re planning on traveling, you’re going to want to do so safely. COVID tests are offered free across the country, so why not get tested before and after takeoff?

It typically takes a couple of days to get your results back, so you can shuffle it into your schedule whenever you have a little extra time on your hands. This also provides absolute peace of mind to those you encounter during your trip and when you get back.

Look Into COVID Travel Restrictions

You’re probably well aware of the travel restrictions your local area has in place. Still, you’ll need to look into the restrictions of the places you’d like to travel to. 

For example, if you travel to Hawaii right now, you’ll have to commit to a 14-day quarantine before you can get out and explore the lay of the land. 

To avoid instances like this, look up the destination you’re thinking about and see if any travel restrictions prohibit you from entering the state or country, as well as any quarantine restrictions. 

You can also look up the area and see how high the risk is there. If it’s a high-risk area, you might want to delay those arrangements. 

Travel Insurance for your Arrangements

Suppose you’re looking around at travel packages. In this case, you’ll notice some trips offer flexible cancellations while others have no protection at all. 

At this given time, given the extreme situation, we’re in, there’s the option to insure your trip for an upgraded price (of course). 

At the end of the day, we don’t know what’s in store, and whether or not this virus will take a turn for the worse once flu season officially arrives. So, if you are planning travel while these low prices are among us—insure yourself. 

Parting Thoughts

We look at it like this, we’re all going to have to get back out there sooner or later. 

When you decide to make the move, make sure you keep yourself and your family safe with these tips!

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