As travel restrictions begin to lift across the country, more and more people are booking flights to see the fall colors change or soak up some sun in Mexico. Considering a trip this fall? Here are some helpful tips for healthy travel and living better everywhere you go.
So, you’ve contemplated your travel destination. Know the travel restrictions of your destination, and your home state. Quarantine rules are becoming more lax, but staying informed is key to having an enjoyable trip.
Venturing out of the country? Check CovidEntryCheck, a new tool that monitors more than 34,000 travel routes, as well as websites and data sources, to show travel restrictions and the number of reported coronavirus cases at your desired destination.
Don’t let the videos of Covid testing scare you. Pack some peace of mind with a coronavirus test before you go. Even without a pandemic to consider, travel can be stressful, so boost your immunity with Zanapure Liposomal Vitamin C and Zanapure’s Apple Cider Vinegar + Probiotics supplements. Ensure a good night’s sleep with EVVOBODY’s Calm, a Chill Pill and Mood Boost supplement, setting yourself up for successful travel.
As many people continue to head to the great outdoors, travel experts are seeing reservations to locations such as Hawaii, and in resort destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean. Along with swimsuits and sunscreen, masks are the new must-haves, no matter the destination. LifeToGo makes it easy to always be prepared with disposable masks, airport compatible 2-ounce spray hand sanitizer and a fun fabric masks for the whole family.
When it's time to pack for your trip, grab any medicines you may need on your trip and these essential safe-travel supplies:
- Cloth face masks
- Alcohol-based hand sanitizer (at least 60% alcohol)
- Disinfectant wipes (at least 70% alcohol) for surfaces
Be prepared to wear masks throughout the duration of the flight, and even though airlines are upping their sanitization game, wiping down your seat, tray, window and other parts of you space with alcohol wipes is suggested.
Haven’t flown for a while? American, Delta, United and Alaska Airlines have announced that they will no longer charge change fees (typically $200) for most tickets on U.S. flights.
The new policy won’t always apply to Basic Economy tickets, however; each airline will again start charging change fees to those lower-priced tickets bought after a certain date (Sept. 30 on American; Dec. 31 for the others). Before United announced its new policy on Aug. 30, Southwest was the only major airline with a permanent no-fee change policy.
It’s a brave new world out there, but it doesn’t mean you can’t explore it. Plan ahead, stay stocked up on PPE and look forward to the thrill of traveling again!
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