travel during the coronavirus

The novel coronavirus has significantly impacted the travel industry and most travelers have put a pause on booking plans right now. 
However, as travel restrictions begin to lift, many will be looking to book future travel safely.
We turned to experienced travel agents and tour operators to get their top insights on emerging trends and how they’re booking future travel for clients.
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The spread of the novel coronavirus has upended travel completely. From hotel booking cancellations and closures to less frequent flights, and car rental companies filing for bankruptcy, no part of the travel industry seems to be untouched.

Many people are also following shelter-in-place and social distancing guidelines, which means travel plans have been put on pause, and travelers are left wondering if travel is safe at all right now.   See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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