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The Frequent Traveler's Guide to Staying Healthy
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Great article. I found all of the suggestions very helpful but it will probably be a while before I do any traveling.
I won't be doing any traveling for awhile with Covid-19 spreading the way it is. But these are good tips for those who will be.
The Pandemic is keeping me from traveling this year. I miss my children though
Good need-to-know information, thanks!
This 2011 article has nothing to do with 2020 and Covid-19 travel
I practice most of these but a few new ones for me....thanks!
The article was written in 2011. How we travel has changed a lot since then and even more so since the advent of COVID 19 restrictions.
Only international flights offer dine in meals. If the airline offers a meal, it's more like a snack of rice crackers and soda.
If you think you're going to need a snack, you definitely should bring your own just to save money. Snacks at the airport news stands or snack shops are outrageously priced. Save money and calories, BYOS, bring your own snacks.
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