(UPDATED August 28 at 6:00am ET)
My hope is that this coronavirus resource page for travelers will help you make more informed decisions regarding your travel plans, help you get your money back, and/or help you find the latest travel and coronavirus news:
- Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Travel Advisories
- CDC: Page for travelers
- File a Complaint with the D.O.T.
–Which countries are open and which are closed?
Air Canada | Alaska | American Airlines | Delta | Frontier | JetBlue | Southwest | Spirit | United | WestJet | Every airline’s website and phone number
Fortunately, most airlines are now offering waivers for tickets purchased on or before March 2. However, if your airline is not offering a waiver and they didn’t cancel your flight and you don’t want to go then I’d would wait until a couple days before to see if the flight canceled and then call to get your money back or a travel voucher.
- These Coronavirus Mask Exception Cards Are Fake
- Airlines May Now Ban You for Not Wearing a Face Mask
- How I Get My Travel Fix From Home
- For the First Time, Thousands of Treasures From Unclaimed Luggage Are Available Online
- This New TSA Rule Could Delay Anyone Who Likes to Fly With Food or Snacks
- A Trick to Get Your Money Back From Airlines That Canceled Your Flight
- Miles And Credit Card Perks Extended Due To Coronavirus
- American Airlines Extended Elite Status For 2020
- Airlines and Hotels Reward Programs that Have Extended Elite Status
- Tip — Use These Zoom Tips When Video-Calling Friends and Family
- I canceled my February around-the-world trip
- How I got my money back of my Feb trip.
- Tip — How to Effectively Disinfect Your Phone and Devices
- Tip — Use This Cool Device to Disinfect Your Phone With UV Light
- Tip — The REAL ID Deadline Has Been Postponed
- Tip — The TSA Will Now Let You Fly With a Recently Expired Driver’s License
- Tip — How You Can Help During the Coronavirus Pandemic
- Tip — These 9 Travel Webcams Let You See the World From Home
- Travel Movies That Inspire Wanderlust
- Cruise Critic: Which Cruise Ports are Closed?
GOOD TO KNOW
WEBSITES TO FOLLOW
- JHU coronavirus resource: John Hopkins Coronavirus Tracker
- Tracking ncov2019.live
- TSA checkpoint travel numbers for 2019 and 2020
Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction – Podcast | Johns Hopkins | Anthony Davis
Canadian Students launch a hotline with jokes to support isolated seniors | Frequent Flier’s Withdrawals | Training for Flying Again at the Gym
- Webcams from around the world
- Seattle Symphony is organizing “free livestreams and rebroadcasts until the orchestra can return
- BroadwayWorld Living Room Concerts
- Memphis Zoo is now doing virtual tours and educational videos.
GAMES TO PLAY
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