Book now to avoid increasing prices, limited availability
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PHOENIX – The Valley Traveler recommends that people book their vacations more quickly to avoid rising prices and lower availability as a result of improved transportation for those with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Following the new guidelines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said mobility of people with complete immunizations was “limited.”
“While we have been closing and there have been some positive developments in prices, the prices we are seeing are rising and rising rapidly, and attractively,” Janet Semenova, co-director of Boutique Travel Advisors in Paradise Valley, told KTAR News 92.3 FM on Friday.
The availability of open space, Semenova predicted, will also be reduced due to the large number of passengers traveling in line with recent airports.
The Transportation Security Administration on March 26 surveyed more than 1.5 million people at airports across the country, the highest since March 12, 2020.
Semenova said the vaccine and new traveler ideas give confidence and peace of mind to those starting the vaccine.
However, Semenova said many of his clients continue to be outdone by external events within the epidemic.
“They are ready to go out and enjoy all the beautiful scenery we have in the United States and the beach resorts outside the US,” Semenova said.
Among the most popular destinations for its customers include Montana, Idaho, Colorado, Alaska and Mexico due to their overcrowding and restrictions.
Semenova recommended seeing a travel consultant before planning a trip to visit in the middle of the epidemic.
Despite its modification, the CDC continues to attract unwanted visits.