The vaccine could make travel safer, we hope. Vaccine recipients will travel more frequently this year. Countries where most of the population will be vaccinated will be able to open borders to tourists earlier.
The travel industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. But many people have not lost the desire to travel.
Domestic travel is likely to be the most popular this year, but the availability and safety of international travel will return as well.
We assume that tourists will not travel to the most distant countries at first. The most popular countries for citizens of the United States and Canada are likely to remain Mexico and Dominican Republic. EU residents will prefer travel within the EU. Travel between America and Europe is likely to return step by step as well.
As of early February, most people have been vaccinated in the US and UK. They can be expected to feel safer and more likely to travel than citizens of other countries.
According to the information available on the Internet, it is assumed that in many European countries, most of the population will be vaccinated by the middle of the year or by the fall. These countries will be able to open their borders to foreign tourists, presumably. (Everything can change.)
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