Is It Protected To Travel In The US?

When talking to visitors from all over the world about our new North American tour, we often answer the question, “Is it worth it to travel to the US?”

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Author: Lucia

We are closely monitoring the status of COVID-19 in the United States, as well as where we are going. With nearly 6 million cases and more than 180,000 deaths, there is no doubt that the US has been hit hard by COVID-19. However, with the changes, safety and planning, it can be safe to see the amazing and diverse landscapes of North America.

In many areas of our lives, we have embraced “new”. We have been able to put a fence between danger and safety by wearing non-medical masks in public, enjoying social activities and moving out. What about travel? Starting in Fall 2020, the advice of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the journey is that “walking increases your chances of finding and distributing COVID-19,” and staying home is a way to protect yourself and others. That said, there are good ways for us who want to travel.

Travel Security in the US

Following the current guidelines, we should exclude all types of vehicles as a means of transportation to the US.

Before considering other types of transportation, it is important to keep in mind the suggestions on how to travel from the CDC that can help us reduce the routes that are safer:

  • Always try to make sure you are not walking two meters (two arms) away from other people. Try to avoid things that will draw you closer to others.
  • Always try to minimize the connection that exists between you and others, especially by considering inanimate objects such as doors, cutters, and many others, which may have been affected by others before you were born.
  • Always try to limit the number of people you will meet, whether they are traveling with you or in public.
  • Avoid crowded, enclosed spaces, choose your time outside, where there is enough space to spread and care for other people.
  • Every time you leave a place where you can spread the virus (such as gas or restaurants) wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap, or use a 60% alcohol solution.

Following these guidelines, we can exclude all types of government vehicles as they are the safest here in the US. That’s why Enchanting Travels has set up a number of US tours for our visitors to see the greatness of West America.

Road Trips USA

Now that what is said to be parks will be reopened, there is another great place to explore behind your back.

With a few exceptions, it is now easier to cross the border by car. Other driving advantages are:

  • Often, you live far from other people. As long as you can stay clean and uncluttered during a fat session, rest, or stop by a meal, you should be fine!
  • Because of the major central US roads, even if you encounter regions, border closures, registration centers or viral sites, it is easy to identify them using them. Next on the AAA map walking around them.
  • With state parks and states open, there is plenty of fun a place to visit in the US.

Is It Safe To Travel In The US?

It is important to talk to a specialist who can arrange the trip to help you jump over areas with COVID-19 and get off the beaten path.

The answer is a resounding “yes” – if you can be sure that you are following the right path to prevent infection, as well as the amount of planning and research, you can actually travel to the US with caution. To increase your safety, it is a good idea to talk to a Travel Consultant to plan your trip with trusted friends who can give you trips that jump over the hot spots and provide experiences along the way.

Some places return for a safe journey. For example, a pleasant vacation in Wyoming and South Dakota is just an outdoor space that makes it easy to see the area without crowds. Or you can look at the amazing red rocks in the southwestern part of Utah, and the relaxation where we sleep and the places we hang out with. No matter where you go, the open road attracts!

Talk to one of the experts on our USA tour today!

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