What to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel

We know things are changing by the minute and, as travelers ourselves, it can be overwhelming to know what to do. That’s why we’ve gathered the information you need on the latest restrictions and changes, whether you have travel booked or are considering future travel. From new filters and alerts to provider cancellation policies, we can help you make travel decisions for you and your loved ones.

(Note: As things change, so do policies. We’ll do our best to stay on top of things.)

Should I stop traveling?

Both the US and Canada have issued advisories to avoid international travel due to the virus. It’s also recommended that older adults or those who have chronic medical conditions postpone all travel. If you’re not in an “at risk” group, many local authorities are still recommending you with precaution. 

What if I need to travel?

If you decide to travel, the CDC recommends limiting interactions with others for 14 days after returning.Learn more