Spring break travel declines with just 12% of Americans planning trips

Fewer Americans are planning to get away for spring break amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Just 12%, or approximately one in eight Americans, is planning a trip for spring break this year, according to new data by Destination Analysts commissioned by the U.S. Travel Association. That number dropped from 16% in a poll conducted a week earlier.

It’s a sign, perhaps, that most are still hesitant to travel until vaccinations are more widespread, and as more vacation hotspots are implementing restrictions.

Just 12% of Americans are planning spring break trips this year. (iStock). 

Just 12% of Americans are planning spring break trips this year. (iStock). 

Miami Beach earlier this month announced it

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80% of Americans planning to splurge after getting COVID-19A vaccine

(WXYZ) — Have you given any thought to what you’re going to do once you get your two COVID-19 vaccinations? A new survey says to get ready for a splurge in travel and spending, at least among those who are still working.

Remember the Roaring 20s? Not that you were there, but we’re talking about the parties, the world of “The Great Gatsby?”

It was a reaction to the end of World War I and the Spanish Flu. Some now predict that for 2022 if the pandemic is defeated.

A survey by Lending Tree said 80% of Americans plan a

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CDC COVID Test Rule Adds Wrinkle to Planning

ORLANDO, Fla. — A new CDC rule starting Tuesday means people trying to travel internationally will have to include a COVID-19 test in their plans.

What You Need To Know

  • CDC: All travelers to the U.S. must have a negative COVID-19 test no more than 3 days before travel
  • U.S. citizens flying in from abroad also must take a test
  • New rule means travelers should include finding a testing center in making travel plans
  • The U.S. is currently barring foreign nationals coming from some 3 dozen countries

Starting Tuesday, the CDC will require proof of a negative COVID-19 viral test

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Ready to Travel in 2021? New Research Uncovers 3 Pandemic Trip Planning Tactics You Should Know Before You Go

DALLAS, Jan. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — With new CDC guidelines on international travel going into effect this week and renewed efforts from federal officials to curb the spread of COVID-19, one thing is for certain: pandemic travel planning will be an integral part of 2021. While the vaccine rollout has many travelers dreaming of their first post-pandemic trip, new research from Travelocity® finds that most Americans expect that travel will contain more precautionary measures than years prior.

In fact, 77% of respondents said they believe travel has changed “significantly” or “completely” due to the pandemic, and the majority admitted they

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