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[quote=OLIVETREE,654103]The highly contagious COVID-19 has caused 12,507,849 confirmed cases and 560,460 deaths around the globe so far (July 13). However, under the joint effort of the countries and individuals along with long-time city lockdowns, the virus has been greatly curbed and many cities begin to lift the lockdown as people want to go back to a normal life. Although it is not completely safe to resume regular life, some cannot wait to begin traveling or planning. It is worth noting that the safest way is still to stay at home now but what kind of transports will you choose to travel after the coronavirus pandemic? The airplane can be the most popular travel way before the pandemic, but it seems that it has become the riskiest way of transporting. However, the airports and air companies are trying their bests to keep passengers safe by taking measures like social distancing, disinfecting aircraft, and opening the air filtration systems. Anyway, short trips will be safer. The train may be safer than the plane but it is still a little risky in a crowded train station where it is hard to keep a distance. As for the cruise, most of the ocean and river cruise service over the world are still suspending so that it may hardly offer wide choices for you. Road trips may be the safest option so far, especially a private car. However, there is also a disadvantage that it is hard to offer a long-distance trip. If taking buses or coaches, you may spend longer travel time and still have a chance to be exposed to the virus. In my opinion, avoid travel if you can. If you have to take a trip, traveling by road is the safest option and the safety measures like wearing masks should be appropriately taken. [mood2] [/quote]
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