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Coronavirus: Airline, Train and Bus Travel Updates

Travel Tips | Rayme Gorniak | April 3, 2020

Are you considering rescheduling travel that you put off because of the coronavirus (COVID-19)? Maybe you have work or family obligations that require you to travel. Jot down your airline/bus/train information and stay closely tuned to their updates through these channels:

Airline

Most viruses don’t spread easily on flights due to how air circulates and is filtered on airplanes. However, crowded flights make social distancing difficult. Plus air travel involves spending time in security lines and airport terminals, which can bring you in close contact with other people.

American Airlines: Website and Twitter

Delta: Website and Twitter

Frontier: Website and Twitter

JetBlue: Website and Twitter

Southwest: Website and Twitter

Spirit: Website and Twitter

United: Website and Twitter

Train

If you travel by train, be aware that sitting or standing within 6 feet (2 arms length) of others for a prolonged period can put you at higher risk of getting or spreading the coronavirus.

Amtrak: Website and Twitter

Bus

If you travel by bus, be aware that sitting or standing within 6 feet (2 arms length) of others for a prolonged period can put you at higher risk of getting or spreading the coronavirus.

BoltBus: Website and Twitter

Greyhound: Website and Twitter

MegaBus: Website and Twitter

And please remember, don’t travel if you are sick or if you have been around someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days. Don’t travel with someone who is sick.

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