It hasn’t yet been two years since the COVID-19 pandemic turned so much upside-down, but it feels as though it’s been a lot longer. Everyone’s exhausted at this point, of course: community spirit got people through the worst times so far, but it’s so much harder to be resilient as the months drag on and there’s no clear light at the end of the tunnel.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the travel and tourism industry to a standstill. People are still not sure if it is safe to resume travelling. You may have ditched your travel plans abroad to stay safe. However, after being confined to the four walls of our house during the pandemic, our hearts may crave to travel.
Regardless of whether you are travelling to Europe or you are just travelling around the UK, there are several elements that you need to consider to make sure that you are travelling safely. To help you get started, here is a bit of insight into some of the important health notices that you should consider before you are travelling.
Predicting the future at this point might be unlikely, but planning for the future is imperative. As 2020’s unique chapter is finally behind us, many are eagerly looking forward to starting to travel again. The anticipation of 2021 though, has so far been a huge disappointment to so many people, beginning with a lockdown and no signs of travel on the horizon.
2020 and now 2021 have been very different for everyone. For children, this has meant that everything they know as the norm has altered and there is now a ‘new normal’.
I wonder how many millions of holidays have been cancelled during 2020? I know people who had spring holidays booked during 2020, optimistically re-booked for autumn 2020 and then had to cancel, re-booking for 2021, or in some cases 2022 (to be on the safe side). Have you had to cancel anything this year?
Some pregnant women travel without any issues at all, for some every time they are in a car it’s a problem.
Right now we are living in unprecedented times, as a global pandemic continues to sweep across the world. It’s fair to say that 2020 has not gone to plan for most people. Nationwide lockdowns and a ban on all non-essential travel meant that thousands of sporting events, festivals, weddings and holidays were cancelled across the world, leaving lots of very disappointed individuals.