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 Friday, June 12, 2020, that we think you should read.
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Alaska Airlines to Require Guests to Complete Health Questionnaire, Wear Facemasks. – I like that airlines are being proactive and asking people to provide information. Yet, I’m concerned because some people are asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic, while others will think they can get away with lying about it. It’s going to be an interesting experiment as more people start to mingle in the community and travel.
10 Unique U.S. National Parks That Will Make You Feel Like You’re on Another Planet. – As much as I love to travel internationally to explore new destinations, the U.S. offers a lifetime of travel experiences as well. These National Parks are excellent examples of how you can explore different “worlds” without ever leaving the U.S.
Canada, U.S. set to extend border closure to end-July. – Travel to Canada used to be so easy. But, with coronavirus, traveling to our neighbor to the North has been virtually impossible. As our coronavirus cases increase, the closure of our border with Canada has been extended to the end of July.
6 Ways Menus May Change Due to Coronavirus. – Our lives continue to be affected by coronavirus and the precautions against spreading the virus. Restaurants are changes in both big and small ways as diner habits evolve and government regulations are imposed.
Canadian Pilot Draws Black Lives Matter Symbol in the Sky to Honor George Floyd. – People are showing their support for George Floyd and Black Lives Matter in both big and small ways. Every ounce of support adds up to help make a change in our society.
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