As the COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted, some high-risk travelers will face new restrictions

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As the COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted, some high-risk travelers will face new restrictions


As the COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted, some high-risk travelers will face new restrictions

  • The number of travelers with health problems has limited options as the COVID demand drops.
  • More than 1 million people have died due to COVID-19 in the US
  • One expert said we are in a “time of transition” in the epidemic.

John Davis would finally take the cruise he booked more than two years ago. But when the cruise ship, Royal Caribbean International, announced the plan in August to drop its work to prevent COVID-19 because of the many boats, he and his wife, Laura, decided to cancel their trip.

The 51-year-old, who has Type 2 diabetes and is at high risk of complications from COVID-19, said the couple had already been on the fence about going on a seven-day Caribbean cruise – which they had previously put off once – but. the vaccination policy had given them peace of mind.

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