As the US enters a second week of widespread shut downs due to the Coronavirus pandemic, travel has almost completely shut down. However, instead of planning their next trip, travel fans (and everyone else) are looking for ways to help out. In this show I talk about many non-profits who are directly helping in the […]
The US State Department issued an unprecedented Level 4 travel advisory on March 19th, recommending all US citizens to avoid international travel. It also recommended that all US citizens currently abroad return to the US as soon as possible. What should you do if you are abroad during this warning?
Travel has screeched to a halt and most citizens are social distancing. This means they’re not only avoiding travel…but not even going out of their homes unless necessary. Small businesses around the country are seriously hurting from the lack of business, so here are some tips for those who want to help out.
As the country enters a “self quarantine” for a while, many people want to think ahead and plan trips. But with the uncertainty surrounding coronavirus it’s hard to plan too much. Here are some tips for planning travel in the uncertain times of coronavirus.
President Trump declared a 30 day travel ban from all European countries on March 11, and we’re going to talk about what you need to know.
Today we’re answering some common questions travelers are asking about their travel plans and coronavirus.
On Sunday March 8th the US Department of State issues a statement advising US citizens to avoid travel on cruise ships, in response to the growing concerns of Coronavirus. The statement includes recommendations and we discuss on the show some of the key points.
In this episode we talk quickly about how travel insurance covers cancellations due to Coronavirus, and tips on how to get coverage as we go forward.