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Tired of being cooped up at home? Are you ready to jettison away for a vacation despite the CDC's warnings that staying home remains the best way to avoid getting sick because no form of travel is completely safe.
Consider these travel insights from AARP.
Delta Airlines announced that it will continue to keep the middle seats open past its original end date of September 30, to allow for social distancing between strangers.
Southwest, Alaska and JetBlue are also temporarily blocking middle seats; United and American are not doing so.
Disneyland in California has delayed its opening, with no new date announced; it had planned to open July 17. Disney recently opened its four Orlando theme parks.
Most of the US National Parks are open or are in the process of opening. Zion and Yosemite National Parks have implemented a ticketing or reservation system to limit the number of visitors.
Europe continues its ban on American visitors. However, Americans can fly to Ireland and Great Britain, but are required to quarantine for 14 days after arrival.
More Tips at: https://www.aarp.org/travel/travel-tips/safety/info-2020/coronavirus-and-travel.html?cmp=EMC-DSO-NLC-TRVL-TRAVEL--NMCTRL-072120-F1-4727511&ET_CID=4727511&ET_RID=22549025&encparam=TXUU51fhUbMJtIgXGB3zVUcNv1632st7CSdd49SOF0k%3d