Coronavirus Facts: How to Calm Your Anxiety for Travel
The coronavirus has exploded in the news, causing stocks to drop, travel to halt, and anxiety to rise around the globe. However, how are you making travel decisions amidst the coronavirus? Do you know the facts? We’ve referenced some of the most reputable sources, so you can know the facts about the coronavirus to make the best decision for your current travel plans.
Should I cancel my travel plans amidst the coronavirus?
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) discourages non-essential travel to the following destinations: China, Iran, South Korea, and European countries. However, you can check the current travel advisory for your destination, and make an educated decision on if you should travel or not. Those who decide to travel can sign up with STEP to stay connected with the U.S. Embassy and receive vital information during an emergency.
If you want more information regarding the coronavirus and travel, we compiled a useful document that:
- Answers your common questions regarding the coronavirus and travel
- Provides a list of authoritative sources to get coronavirus updates
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You can stop the spreading of coronavirus fear by knowing what’s real and what’s merely a myth.
By knowing what’s fact and what’s fake regarding the coronavirus, you can think with a sound mind and make clear decisions about your travel plans.