Now that millions are getting vaccinated, the question surrounding travel has come up.
After a year of isolation and social distancing measures due to the coronavirus pandemic, many of us are ready to go out and travel, especially those who have received their vaccine. But according to the Wall Street Journal, just because you’re vaccinated doesn’t mean you’re free to roam.
In the case of Peter Volny, a retired advertising executive and avid traveler, he’s ready to vacation again, but his trips—except for Greece—will likely be postponed until 2022. Apparently, most of the world isn’t ready for lax testing and quarantine rules for travelers.
Several countries, including those in Western Europe, aren’t ready to open their borders to U.S. tourists. In fact, cases are spiking in some areas—mainly Italy. And even when the borders open, there will still be the need to…