Vacation plans are forming as more people get vaccinated At this time last year, airlines were canceling flights. Now they’re adding them back because people’s interest in flying is on the rise as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations decrease and vaccinations increase. ARLINGTON, Va. (FOX 5 DC) – Around the same time last year, airlines were canceling flights. Now they’re adding them back because people’s interest in flying is on the rise as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations decrease and vaccinations increase. Airlines are adding more flights to leisure destinations, but reducing business routes, according to Flightradar24. Some travelers like August Fusco have said they are ready to travel. “The problem was there was no place to go months ago – I would have flown back then too,” August said. Download the FOX 5 DC News app for the latest local news and weather, however, others like Delores Tolbert have said they are. stay more careful. “I understand that from the moment people want to go out, but I’m not ready to go that far just yet,” Tolbert said. No one can blame you if you are not yet ready to fantasize about a fabulous getaway. After all, international travel from the United States is still severely restricted. The CDC always advises everyone to avoid travel altogether, as it increases your chances of contracting and spreading COVID-19. The CDC will soon release new guidance on life after the vaccine. The guidelines should state that people who have been vaccinated can organize small home gatherings with other people who have been vaccinated. No mask required. However, you will still need to wear a mask and social distancing in public, even if you have been vaccinated. Travelers wearing masks are seen at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia, United States, February 2, 2021 (Photo by Ting Shen / Xinhua via Getty Images) Dr. Adalja Amesh, principal investigator at John’s Hopkins for Health Security said the CDC is likely waiting for more data before releasing new protocols. “If you are vaccinated you really don’t have much to worry about, you can really go back to your life as it was because the risk to you is very low and we get more data than as a person vaccinated , you do not pose a threat to others as you are very unlikely to be an asymptotic carrier, but it will take some time for advice to catch up with the real global vaccine data, “Dr Adalja said. READ NEXT: COVID-19 Test Will Be Available Next Month At Reagan National, Dulles International Airports According to Scott’s Cheap Flights Founder Scott Keyes, every day since last week the number of flight searches has set a new record since last week. start of the pandemic. He said that although we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel with more people getting the vaccine – there is no need to rush. “I don’t think people should book flights until they’re ready if it’s something that adds anxiety or adds stress, away from me or anyone else cheering you on. do it before you’re ready, because vacations are something that should take the stress out, not add it, ”said Keyes, one of the busiest travel summers we’ve seen in recent memory. Keyes adds that if you’re interested in traveling, buy ASAP as he expects travel to increase.
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