What Does Travel Look Like Ahead?
What Does Travel Look Like Ahead?If you’re like us, you have many questions about the likelihood of your travel plans in the coming months.
When will the social distancing guidelines be lifted? When can we continue to travel? When can we begin living normal lives again?
It’s a question that no one has the definitive answer to right now.
But there is good news.
Even amidst the difficulties of isolation brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, there are still ways we can enjoy the simple normalities of life sans COVID-19.*
In light of these travel concerns, the EverSpring Inn & Suites has taken careful measures to ensure the sterilization of our properties and the safety of our guests.
That is to say, we are ready and willing to accommodate your next adventure — whenever that may be!
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) — to date — has not issued advisories or restrictions against travel within the U.S. All states have reported cases of COVID-19, but certain areas are experiencing quicker rates of spread than others. Be sure to check the state- and local-level public health department websites for further information.
Through all of the concern, we aim to provide a note of positivity around the travel industry. All is not lost in the near term. Travel may not be as risky as some believe, and can, in fact, be as safe as or safer than the alternatives.
Lastly, we wish to remind guests of one principle: While it is our wish to inject as much normalcy and positivity into the current situation as possible, we maintain that the top priority be the health and safety of our neighbors.
Illness is not a risk worth taking, and we encourage everyone to make the responsible decision for themselves and their communities.
No one knows when travel will return to normal.
But should you wish to escape to one of our locations in the meantime, we’ll be ready to lodge you — safely and soundly.
*(Disclaimer: The regulations surrounding the coronavirus pandemic are constantly fluctuating, and we firmly advise guests to review the guidelines from the CDC and local public health departments before making any travel-related decisions.)