Traveling during a pandemic scare makes us nervous. Once we get to our destination, will we be able to return without any glitches of a 14 day mandatory quarantine upon landing. Words to the wise is to have a slush fund to cover extra travel expenses. just in case. It seemed like when countries began to loosen their border restrictions, things changed due to the new B.1.1.529 variant named Omicron by the World Health Organization on November 26. Thank goodness countries and territories have taken different approaches in preventing the spread of this new variant. Trying to keep up with restrictions while writing this article is changing every 5 minutes. To stay up on travel restriction visit CNN or your favorite place for up to the minute news.
If you have not vaccinated your child ages 5 to 11, will that stop you and the family from flying to see grandma? It’s best to get that type of news from your airline carrier. But the orchestrated script is saying to not travel if you have been exposed to COVID-19 and feel sick. If you haven’t been vaccinated, it’s wise to get tested before traveling on mass public transportation systems. Angola announced that it will close its borders with seven countries in southern Africa. Be safe and use your intuition without so much fear.