We want you to know that we are here to help you get through this unprecedentedly difficult time so we can all arrive on the other side wiser, stronger travelers. So, here are the top five best practices for travelers post-COVID19
#1: Don’t Panic
We are your trusted voice in this crisis and we will always put your travel needs first by keeping you informed of the facts and staying connected to the definitive authorities to dispel any travel myths and misconceptions about post-COVID19 travel.
Keeping lines of communication open during these unprecedented times is key to understanding the facts when it comes to traveling during and after this crisis. As your trusted voice, we only cite reputable information sources to keep you up-to-date ensuring that the perspective of the traveler is never forgotten.
#3: Ask Questions
No question is a stupid question, especially when it comes to addressing travel during and after the COVID19 crisis. Your question may be a question never asked or your question may prompt others to ask follow-up questions leading to an inciteful discussion about travel that sparks important additions or changes to post-COVID19 travel policies.
#4: Be Flexible
Our top priority is to continue to be honest and available to concerning the state of the travel industry. As the world continues to address the challenges to travel caused by COVID19, be flexible in changing your travel plans if you’re able. For example, Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) states that although the vast majority of more than 270 cruise ships within the CLIA member fleet were not affected by the virus; the unprecedented step to voluntarily suspend worldwide operations of cruise vacations was made in the interest of the health, safety and overall wellness of the passengers, crew and the communities visited. Be flexible when it comes to beginning to travel again because if signs of crisis resurgence occurs, drastic steps may be reinstated.
#5: Don’t Panic
We’re all treading through uncharted territory regarding travel after a global pandemic. Be flexible to the new rules and security regulations that will be put in place. Aggressive measures adopted by CLIA in response to the global pandemic helped keep the majority of its cruising ships without the virus. By sticking to the prevailing guidance from global health authorities, rigorous screen protocols, enhanced sanitation measures and 24/7 onboard medical care is credited to this little known fact.
Cruising touches almost every sector, from transportation and agriculture, to hospitality and tourism, manufacturing and beyond. When the time is right for cruise travel to once again set sail, let us help you. We will get through this together. #StrongerTogether #TravelStrong
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