So, while Covid has pretty much decimated the travel industry and our ability to go on vacations, getaways, work trips and family adventures, I am still inundated with so many questions.
The most asked questions:
Do I have to quarantine when I come back even if I have a negative Covid test?
- My job is to help you navigate through the government regulations, what you decide to do thereafter is your choice and responsibility. But I will always offer you all the proper travel requirements at the time of travel.
What do I need to know about traveling to a certain destination?
- Once again, I will not only explain to you the requirements for entry to a certain destination but also entry back to Canada and all the necessary forms that need to be completed. I will also provide you with the pertinent links so you can keep yourself up to date while away as we have all learned that things change so rapidly in this new world we are living in.
Do I have to quarantine if I have been vaccinated?
- That is the million-dollar question at this time. But unfortunately, we are so behind in vaccines…it doesn’t really matter right now. According to the CDC for Americans traveling within their own country, if you have received both of your vaccines, you do not need to quarantine, but keep in mind that this has not been approved for Canada yet. Will they? Things will definitely change once we get more people protected and our case numbers go down. But it is not my job or responsibility to forecast what this will look like nor would I ever want to be in charge of that 😊.
What type of flexibility will I have with my booking?
- This is probably one of the most important aspects for protecting your investment for your vacation. Making sure you are covered with flexible cancellation, Covid Medical Insurance and Trip Cancellation and Interruption Insurance are even more important now.
Here in Canada – we have some of the strictest travel bans. Yes, it makes it very difficult for travel, but for the short term (and I am hoping this will be the end of our lockdowns) it is manageable if we see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Let’s support one another, work together, remember we all have our challenges in front of us and be kind so we can walk (or run) out of this pandemic healthy and safe!