How to Travel Safely This Summer During COVID-19

Travel season is here and whether you are vaccinated or not there are some precautions you should follow before traveling.

Want to get away? Need to get away? But unsure if you can or should get away?

If you’re experiencing any of these thoughts or feelings, don’t worry you’re not alone.

Millions of Americans are planning summer vacations and ready to whisk themselves away to some magical place or exotic island with family and friends. Daydreams of quintessential beaches, picturesque mountains, quaint villages and towns, and exhilarating adventures consume our thoughts and leave us eager to plan our next getaway.

But with COVID-19 still a factor, many find themselves asking “Is it safe to travel? How can we ensure safety while traveling with COVID-19?”   

Traveling this summer certainly feels a lot safer than last year but you still may have some concerns. If you’re planning to travel this summer to a U.S. destination or abroad, the CDC recommends you use the following guidelines to ensure safety while traveling with COVID-19:

CDC Travel Guidelines

***These guidelines have been updated as of June 10, 2021***

More than 2/3 of Americans (67%) have plans to travel this summer. As flight plans continue to increase, you may have concerns about staying safe while traveling. The CDC provides the following travel guidelines for those who are fully vaccinated and for those who are not.

Click on the link to read the CDC’s current travel guidelines.