Post by Admin | 26 April 2020
Since first being identified in late-2019 in the Wuhan region of China, coronavirus COVID-19 has spread to dozens of countries around the world. Whatever happens, travel is going to be a very different and smaller industry in the post-Coronavirus world. WHO declares coronavirus pandemic and the outbreak of virus is inevitably having an enormous impact on the travel industry, ranging from hotel and cruise ship quarantines to airlines halting flights in some regions. Unfortunately, no one can tell you that traveling is entirely risk-free during the coronavirus outbreak , health,regardless of your age, or travel destination. The COVID-19 confirmed death rate around 1.38per cent, data could scare you bit more and you may even return from your trip unscathed and in great health, there are some things you should consider before you travel.
I think as the world opens up a bit around the end of May/early June not sure (provided there’s no second spike in infections), people will begin to start booking travel again for later in the summer, if you decide that you do want to travel – either because you want to take your chances, you’re traveling to a low-risk location, or the trip is essential – you have to make sure you take the necessary measures to protect yourself and others. But the coronavirus has hit airlines hard, and many, including Cathay Pacific , Emirates and Singapore Airlines, further more are loosening their booking policies and suspending cancellation or rescheduling fees including. If you ignore this advice, or cannot postpone your travel, you should probably prepare for a period of quarantine on your return.
There is a lot unknown about the virus, health officials are constantly warning against non-essential travel to affected areas, attending large and public gatherings and urging people to stay home as much as possible if they are in an affected zone. The answer has been to buy what is called cancel-for-any-reason coverage, Unless your air carrier cancels your flight, you may have to pay a change fee and fare differential if you have a nonrefundable ticket. Which costs more, but usually lets you recoup about more than 70% of your money.
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