Planning to travel this summer? Ask The Post’s travel reporters for advice on how to do it safely. (March 26 | 12 p.m.)
As of this week, more than 83.9 million Americans have received one or both doses of the vaccine — that’s roughly 25 percent of the total population. President Biden has pledged there will be enough coronavirus vaccine doses for “every adult in America” by the end of May. As long as Americans continue to get vaccinated and wear masks this spring, it is becoming increasingly likely that the summer may bring some normalcy.
With more Americans getting vaccinated, many are dreaming of summer travel, looking up cheap flights and maybe planning a cross-country road trip.
Have a question about how to safely plan your next trip? Washington Post travel reporters Natalie B. Compton, Andrea Sachs and Hannah Sampson will answer summer travel questions Friday at noon Eastern time. Recently, Compton reported on whether vaccinated travelers should drive or fly when traveling, Sachs wrote about free coronavirus tests as the latest hotel amenity, and Sampson covered the future aboard cruise ships.
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Teddy Amenabar, an editor on The Post’s audience team, produced this Q&A.