The United States announced last week that it will finally open its land and water points of entry to non-essential travel in November after borders were closed in March 2020, due to concerns over COVID-19.
However, visitors to the U.S. will need to be fully vaccinated and those Canadians who had mixed doses will be considered fully vaccinated. However, people crossing the border into Canada will need to have a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of entering this country, a time consuming and expensive process, particularly for this going to the States on a day trip.
Do you have the will to travel down south, even with winter approaching?
The average daily rate of cases, hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19 have both nationally and in a state such as Florida, which will host the PGA Show in January, have been on the decline.
Whether it stays that way remains to be seen, especially with winter approaching and many Americans still not fully vaccinated.
So, we’re wondering if last week’s easing of travel restrictions will make it more likely that you’ll visit the United States in the next six months for business, a winter golf vacation or the PGA Show in Orlando?
That’s this week’s GNN Poll question.
You can answer below or on the GNN home page and if you’d like to add a few thoughts on this subject, please use the Comments section below.
Will last week’s easing of travel restrictions make it more likely that you’ll visit the United States in the next six months for business, a winter golf vacation or the PGA Show in Orlando?
- Yes. (54%)
- No. (46%)