More from this week’s domestic travel news:
- Tourist dies in ocean while defying Hawaii quarantine
- These are the US states that require travelers to quarantine
- ‘Into the Wild’ bus removed from Alaska trail for safety concerns
- Newsom Mandates Masks For All Californians In Most Settings
- Major changes at hotels to fight the spread of coronavirus
- April was the worst month for the lodging industry in history–US hotel occupancy was less than 25%. That’s 64% less than the same month last year, via @RudyMaxa
- Temperatures at the Grand Canyon are so hot visitors are warned their shoes could melt
- Man grabs shark with bare hands on Delaware beach in viral video
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