This is the second in a three-part series about how to stay safe while traveling through the U.S. and abroad.
Part I focuses on how to take the most precautions before traveling.
Part II discusses how to keep yourself safe while on the road.
Part III explores how to deal with flu-related hospitalizations and deaths.
Part IV focuses on the most common coronaviral complications that can occur while traveling and what to do when you’re not feeling well.
The first part of this series can be found here.
Follow the advice in Part I, Part II and Part III to make sure you’re prepared for your next trip.
Read the full article from New York City.