What To Keep In Mind As Travel Ramps Back Up

 

One of the biggest disappointments of the COVID-19 Pandemic was the halt to travel. Planes grounded, trains stopped rolling, and automobiles were parked in the garage while the world stayed inside to slow down the spread of the deadly virus. Nearly a year-and-a-half later, travel is starting to pick up again, so what are some things to consider as it does?

Travel and lifestyle writer for food allergies Allie Bahn shared some tips on MarketScale about what to keep in mind before returning to the great unknown if you’re traveling with environmental and food allergies. The first thing to consider is your accommodations upon arrival and what the hotel can do to make sure you have a comfortable stay.

“The first is to make sure you do your research ahead,” Bahn said. “Call the hotel to see if they have an environmentally-friendly room for you to stay in.”

Once you know where you’re going to stay, you need to consider how you will travel to get there. If you are taking a plane, everyone is still required to wear a mask, so there isn’t as much food being consumed on flights. It is also limiting the allergens spread from person to person.

The next thing to consider is restaurants and dining because it’s getting a little bit tricky right now. After all, there’s been a significant turnover amongst employees. This means that the new staff might not be as used to or accustomed to food allergies.

“It is really important, as the customer, to communicate nice and clearly,” Bahn said. “Ask for a manager. Also, try to let the restaurant know ahead of time you’re coming and make sure they are able to safely accommodate you.”

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