TKOYM: Stay vigilant when planning your subsequent journey
Experts urge travelers to remain vigilant with their health, as well as to monitor changes in possible routes and other routes.
LAKEVILLE, Minn. – Photos of Chuck and Sofya Gollop showcasing memories made around the world, their love of excellence, went overseas five times last year alone.
But the plague set all their goals, and kept them in their home in Lakeville while they dreamed of other miracles.
“Between work and fun, I probably walked 10 times compared to last year,” Chuck said. “And I feel really frustrated.”
That’s why the Gollops booked a Christmas trip to the Dominican Republic, a country that allows US travelers.
“We just decided to move on, not really because we were getting better, but because it was better for us,” Sofya said.
But is it good for your health and your wallet? Traveler Maria Anderson says some people are not sure, like the Gollops, they want to leave without getting sick.
“She’s shopping,” says Anderson, who is on holiday in Escape With Us in St Paul. “She’s trying to get ideas. But she’s still smart.”
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Skittish, since the Center for Disease Control does not recommend travel, but does provide Americans with a range of protective measures such as wearing a mask, avoiding close contact and hand washing.
Experts also say that you need to be more careful about safety, safety, and government safety when accidents can be serious. But the CDC says flying is a good thing, noting that viruses and parasites do not spread easily on airplanes because of the way air is filtered and spread. And Anderson says airplanes and all airports are doing more.
“If someone has a high temperature (in the safety lines, TSA agents) they just take them out of the group and deal with them differently but everyone else is just allowed to pass,” Anderson said.
However some travelers are not at risk, which means that those who can get good, usually 30 or 40% less than last year. But Anderson warns you to be careful, because sometimes you really get what you pay for.
“The lowest prices are usually non-refundable rates,” says Anderson. “And you can pay a lot more to have a free removal until one day before you travel. That’s why it’s great.”
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Experts also say that you should evaluate how you can change and change, knowing that you can get a voucher instead of just a refund. They say you should save money with a credit card as they often help in the event of a dispute, and that travel insurance is essential, especially here.
“Obviously it’s less than you want, but the peace of mind that can be restored if you want to stop it is important,” Anderson said.
Chuck and Sofya agree, hoping that their first major tour in an uncertain year will be anything they have ever filmed.
“I’ll be as careful as I can go to the airport,” said Sofya, “But that’s my choice.”