Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Thursday, May 28, 2020, that we think you should read.
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As countries ease COVID-19 travel restrictions, here’s how you can track them. – The world is starting to ease travel restrictions as the virus is better under control and hospitals have more capacity to treat those who are infected. However, not every country will open on the same day and in the same way, so you’ll need to know its policies before planning your next international trip.
Airlines Have Best Days in Two Months. – People want to travel, even though they’re being cautious. The number of passengers screened at TSA checkpoints on May 21st and 22nd were the most since March 23rd. These numbers are still down from normal traffic, but it is a sign that air travel is starting to pick up.
Museums Are Starting to Reopen — and Some Have Wearable Social Distancing Devices. – Almost by definition, visiting museums (and similar attractions) have a higher risk. You’re indoors and in an enclosed area with others who may not follow social distancing guidelines. Museums and other businesses understand this and are working to enforce rules to minimize the chance of getting sick.
Twins Minor League Affiliate Lists Stadium on Airbnb for $1,500-Per-Night Rental. – Business owners who are flexible and can adjust with the changing of times stand ready to make the most of an opportunity. While baseball isn’t being played right now, renting out the stadium to give baseball fans a unique experience sounds like a great idea. If it becomes very popular, I can imagine more minor league teams offering this during the off-season. You can check out the baseball stadium Airbnb listing here. And use our Airbnb referral code to save $55 off your next trip.
Global Entry enrollment suspended through July 6. – If you need to schedule your interview, you’re going to have to wait a little longer. Fortunately, the TSA is extending the time limits for approvals and extending benefits for travelers past their original expiration date. Jump online now and book your appointment now before everyone realizes that the window has changed.
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