UN Say International Travel Won't Bounce-Back Until 2022 At The Earliest

The tourism industry has been hit hard by the Coronavirus and according to the United Nations, the return to travel, specifically international travel, not returning in full force until 2022. 

At the earliest, the second half of 2021 could see some increase in travel but for destinations such as the United States and the United Kingdom, a vaccine will be the key to travel returning to those areas given the number of infections both countries have seen. 

It’s estimated that over $61 billion has been lost so far due to shutdowns during the pandemic. Some airlines have implemented travel bubbles that restrict flights to only certain areas as well as quarantine periods. Are you waiting for a vaccine to be created and distributed before booking international travel? How safe do you feel about traveling? 

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