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Are you really wanting to get out there and start traveling again? If you’re one of the many people who is passionate about overseas travel, then it’s likely that you’re hoping for the COVID-19 pandemic to get under control. As restrictions start to lift, it’s going to be important to avoid jumping the gun on making travel plans. You will want to consider the following nine aspects before you consider traveling overseas again.

  1. Different Countries Have Different Rules

Traveling overseas might not be practical for quite some time due to different countries having different rules. Some countries might even require people who are traveling there to isolate themselves for a certain amount of time and this might not be practical for vacationers with limited time to enjoy a travel destination.

  1. Many Borders Aren’t Open

Many countries have not opened their borders to travelers and time will tell how long it takes for travel to get back to normal around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic is a serious thing and you need to be careful despite your desire to travel once more.

  1. Many Airline Routes Aren’t Open

It’s also true that many airline routes are not open right now. Your desire to travel might be there but the ability for you to get from your current location to your overseas destination might not be.

  1. Lots of Hotels Are Closed

Lots of hotels are closed right now due to the pandemic and some might never reopen. There will be economic consequences and it’s hard to say when hotels will be able to get things up and running again.

  1. It’s Unknown Whether Someone Can Have COVID-19 Immunity

You might have heard of COVID-19 immunity tests and being able to find out whether you have antibodies present in your system. However, it’s important to note that researchers don’t know whether COVID-19 is something that you can become immune to after contracting it or whether you will get it again if you’re exposed to it.

  1. Flying Might Be Somewhat Dangerous

Flying might be somewhat dangerous due to being in such close proximity to other people. If airlines are able to rapidly test travelers to screen things moving forward, then travel might become substantially safer.

  1. Cleaning Needs to Be a Priority

Scientists are still studying how to best deactivate the virus. Cleaning is important and it’s going to be better to travel once you know that airlines and hotels have the proper cleaning guidelines in place.

  1. Travel to Some Areas Might Be Safer

Some areas of the world might be safer to travel to since they have the virus contained much better. There is no guarantee that you will be safe from infection, though, so it’s prudent to take all the necessary precautions no matter what.

  1. Time Will Tell If a Vaccine Comes to Fruition

As of now, there are many potential COVID-19 vaccines in development. However, there is no way to tell if any of these will actually work. It’s also not clear how long it might take to create a vaccine, although some people are hoping that one might exist as early as 2021.