Are immunity passports something else we’ll need in our travel repertoires? A flight attendant is documenting her travels that continue during the coronavirus pandemic.
Those are some of the travel-related headlines and posts I thought you, too, may find interesting today.
Immunity Passport Requirements?
Conde Nast Traveler examines COVID-19 immunity passports — documentation for those who’ve had and recovered from the vicious coronavirus.
It’s an idea being batted around by airlines and the government. There are plenty of pros and cons, of course. But I wouldn’t be completely surprised if some sort of immunity certification were required for travel — at least to certain areas or on particular carriers.
Flight Attendant-Photographer’s Photos Chronicle Her Current Life in the Skies
Alaska Airlines flight attendant Molly Choma (who moonlights as a photographer) is still working flights — and documenting her travels.
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Woman Details “Packed” Flight with “Very Nervous” Passengers
So much for social distancing.
Passenger Angie Wong told the New York Post about her Miami to New York flight — full of passengers and not everyone wore a mask.
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