Well. In the past two weeks, society has almost completely shut down due to the coronavirus. With everyone told to stay at least six feet away from anyone else, schools closed, many people working from home, lots of state and national parks closed, even boat ramps closed, coronavirus cancels travel plans around the world. This comes right at the time many families had plans to travel for spring break, but now we are told to stay home. This has affected airlines, cruise lines, hotels, restaurants, tours and rentals, many more businesses. Here are the best recent reads.
Dealing with Canceled Plans
Taking The Kids – And Learning To Cope With Travel Disappointments
5 kid-friendly websites to travel virtually while at home
Coronavirus Is Spreading. Should You Cancel Your Vacation?
Outdoor Meccas Are Not a Social Distancing Hack
State Parks Are Becoming Coronavirus Isolation Zones
Social Distancing With Kids? Consider These Ways To Make Staying Home Feel Like A Staycation
Is It Safe to Go Hiking? Yes, with Caveats
Hike and Social Distance in CT State Parks, Forests
4 DC Hikes to Get Away from Crowds
Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Arizonans Find Little Social Distance on Crowded Hiking Trails
Hiking Sedona in the time of coronavirus
Cancel Your Hiking Trip to the Adirondacks
Early Spring Hikes to Enjoy Across New England
‘I feel like hiking is a safe option’ — Utah’s hills are alive with hikers, most keeping their distance, in age of coronavirus
Popular hiking trails will close in Columbia Gorge, following Oregon coronavirus order
With the Coronavirus Restrictions, Can I Travel by Car?