What if you get COVID-19 while traveling?

Planning a vacation? You’ve got company: Americans are traveling in record numbers this summer after more than two years of pandemic restrictions.

Overseas travel is booming now that the U.S. government no longer requires citizens to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test or recent recovery from COVID-19 in order to fly home, according to current guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of Diseases (CDC).

But with COVID-19 on the rise in many parts of the United States and the rest of the world, it pays to strategize what to do if you get sick while you’re away.

Of course, having a backup plan won’t take away the frustration of a virus-interrupted vacation. But at least it will make things a little less stressful, not to mention safer.

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