How and where to travel during this Coronavirus Pandemic
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Now, the world has become a little smaller, that too all of a sudden, with the Coronavirus bringing the whole world to a halt. More than 80 countries across the world are under complete lockdown to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Antarctica is the only continent in the world free from the coronavirus infection.
The COVID-19 pandemic has also resulted in a lot of disruption especially for travelers as most of them have to stay at their homes and practice social distancing. But, there shouldn't be any stopping for those who have been bitten by the travel bug.
Keeping that in mind, we present you the safest way through which you can go on your dream trip during the time of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Write down your travel plan
Since you eagerly want to travel, then make a complete itinerary of the places that you want to visit as well as the experiences that you want to have in those places.
Put a pin on all the places you wish to visit
Be free when you do this, try to pin all the places that you want to visit on the world map. Think about your travel bucket list when you do this.
Now Sit back and then go to sleep
Once you are done with making your travel itinerary, just sit back on your couch and just go to sleep. Try to memorize the trip that you just made the itinerary for.
Try to manifest your planned trip and fly away to the destination in your dream. No lockdowns will come in your way now.
Stay home and stay safe!
Yes, if you haven't guessed till now, we are trying to suggest that you stay at home and stay safe. Currently, there is no place in the world where you can go safely without having the danger of getting infected by the coronavirus. A global crisis is going on right now and the only way you can contribute is by staying at home. Doing this will not only save you but the people around you will be safe as well.
Thus, it is really important that you stay at home and Stay Safe.
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