How soon will you travel after the Pandemic?

With the world turned upside down, the outside world seems a lot scarier than it did before. Travelling has always come with risks, though never as severe as a deadly global pandemic being a risk of travelling abroad. There are laws surrounding a disease that’s barely been in existence and essentially controls our lives currently. Personally, for me, when I think of travelling abroad… Read more »

by Anonymous 2 months ago

With the world turned upside down, the outside world seems a lot scarier than it did before. Travelling has always come with risks, though never as severe as a deadly global pandemic being a risk of travelling abroad. There are laws surrounding a disease that’s barely been in existence and essentially controls our lives currently. Personally, for me, when I think of travelling abroad I am finding it quite nerve-racking… The fear of the unknown is one fear many people will be able to relate to as life is changing and evolving before our eyes. With the possibility of vaccine passports, needing documents to say we have had the vaccine with questions like how long will this have to be the case? Will this be the new social norm? We get flu jabs and see it as routine and normal, though will we see this happen with covid-19? For me, I am nervous to start travelling again, realistically we’re in a time that its main threats are seen as diseases. With the neglect of healthcare systems all over the world, it was inevitable to have a disease to take the world by storm like it has. There’s a desperate need for countries to cooperate closer together in order to be upfront with new diseases and alerting nations. We have been forced as a world, to evaluate our systems, and there needs to be a change. But that’s just my opinion!