Travel in the aftermath of the Coronavirus

The Coronavirus has hurt us all. Even if we are healthy, we are in lockdown. Lockdown is good because it keeps the spread of the virus to a minimum. We get depressed because we are social animals and need social interactions. The internet, FB and apps like Zoom allow us to socialize at a distance but it is not the same as being with family and friends.

In the US we are lifting some restrictions on the lockdown to get the economy going again. I do not agree with this since many needless people will die.

For those of us that are travelers, we have anxiety over not being able to travel to the countries we love so much. My YouTube VLOG below takes you through planning a vacation in 2021 if this fall proves that the virus is not on the rise.

– Ciao
– George

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3 thoughts on “Travel in the aftermath of the Coronavirus

  1. Enjoyed your video and carefully thought out presentation, George. I am hoping that a thing called “travel shaming” does not erupt its ugly head when people resume travel and share photos on social media. I’ve read about this happening already. The shaming is directed at people who travel by plane.

    • You are correct but travel will snap back eventually

      • Yes, some of my cousins are already thinking of Calabria in 2021. I do not believe travel shaming achieves anything. In the end people will spend their money and make their decisions wisely. We are all aware of the needed precautions now. Those who travel will know what to expect and bear with it.

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