Despite all warnings, it is recommended to stay at home and the longer we fly, the longer this COVID-19 aircraft will be The pandemic will continue, and Americans continue to fly during the holidays.Before Christmas, people flew around to see their loved ones, the peak period has become a competitorCheck out our pre-pandemic figures.
of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advise people do not Traveling on vacation, not spending time with aspiring peopleAdi Stay with them in the house.If you really have to When traveling, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) asks people to consider the impact of this, including overwhelming local hospitals and inadvertently bringing the disease to previously unaffected homes.
However, on Christmas Eve, 1,191,123 People boarding in the United States, NBC reportThis is the biggest outbreak since March, when the pandemic in the country was still in its early stages.Saw a similar peak during ThanksgivingHoliday, but March 16 is the last day, with more than 1.1 million flights.
In the week before the Christmas holiday, more than 3 million people boarded the plane. Although these numbers are much smaller compared to the travel in 2019, it is still growing.
After the Thanksgiving holiday, COVID-19 The number of cases started to rise, possibly due to travel and close contact, without a cover Contact people outside the bubble.In the two weeks following Thanksgiving, the number of COVID-19 cases among TSA agents jumped to the national average 38% Forbes report.
After Canada celebrated Thanksgiving in October, a similar trend appeared in Canada. Two weeks after Thanksgiving, the number of cases in Ontario hit a record high. Washington Post reports. The province responded with a ban on indoor dining and other party restrictions.
The extended nature of the winter vacation is now also attracting people’s attention because it is usually not a day trip. Every time a family gathers for a few days, it is emphasized that we must visit as many relatives as possible. And this doesn’t even take into account the upcoming New Year celebrations, which may be their own can of worms.
The impact of peak travel on the country remains to be seen, but it does not sound optimistic.