With Parks opening up around the world, might be excited with the possibility of visiting the H on Earth after months of isolation and hardships. But traveling during a worldwide pandemic is proving to be challenge.
Countries and states have put safety measures around traveling to help control the outbreak. advisories and restrictions will certainly impact your plans and you will need to accommodate to the new regulations. This might even mean that your that was supposed to take one week, might have to take three weeks or even more.
So, more than ever, it is important to consider the implications of traveling into the United States to visit the Walt World Parks in Florida or the Disneyland in California.
Traveling Into The U.S.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has placed CDC has provided a restrictions on several countries around the world. The restrictions are based on the spread of COVID-19 in each country. Currently, Brazil, China, Iran, United Kingdom, Ireland and most European Countries are under restrictions. People who have been in one of those countries in the past 14 days will not be allowed entrance to the United States. The map in which you can track the traveling status of each country.
For this reason, if you plan on visiting any inside the United States, you will need to plan your very methodically. If you live in Brazil, for example, you would need to book a flight to Canada – or any other country without restrictions on entering the United States – and spend two weeks there before booking another flight to enter the United States.
However, independent of what country you choose to spend those 14 days before entering the U.S., you will also have to make sure that the country you choose to “quarantine” in will not have restrictions of its own.
Traveling Within The U.S.
To make things even more complicated, the state of Florida has some advisory and quarantine requirements between states inside the U.S. It is also smart to keep an eye out for changes and extensions in traveling advisories and restrictions.
For example, if you plan to take a flight from Canada to New York, and then to Florida, you would need to know that the state of Florida has restrictions for people arriving from New York. In this example, You can take a look at Florida advisories for U.S. travelers guests arriving from New York will have to self-isolate for 14 days after you enter Florida. here.
Traveling Back Home
Planning your way into the U.S. in order to enjoy your is only one part of the . Now, don’t forget to plan your way back home. Yes, when you get back to your country you will have to follow its safety protocols. In most cases, like several of the EU countries and Canada, you might be required to go into quarantine for 14-days, again.
With all of these restrictions, it is safe to assume that World and Disneyland will be seeing a significant drop on international guests visiting a , , and hotel. Yet, some passionate people might be brave enough to venture into this epic journey: coming from another country to spend your at .
It is hard to say when things will start to ‘normalize’ and for it to become not only easier, but safer, to to World or Disneyland from abroad still this year you might want to revisit your plans and reschedule your magical . abroad. But it is safe to say it may take a while, so, if you had planned to
No rush no worries, because the the , , EPCOT, Disneyland, and other parks will be happily waiting for your return. on earth is not going anywhere! So,
If you do plan on traveling during this unprecedented time, please remember to take all of the safety measures and protocols seriously as they are in place for not only your health, but for those around you as well.
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