Is It Safe To Travel? Avoid It If You Can, Doctors Say
(CNN) — As coronavirus cases surge, doctors are underlining the message that sticking close to home is the best way for individuals to help slow its spread.
Staying at least six feet away from people you're not in isolation with is a key to social distancing.
Follow the travel advice of your local public health department and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Gottlieb said, keeping in mind that the situation is changing rapidly.
Leisure travel is not a good idea right now.
"If you're going for vacation, I would suggest you don't go," says Danielle Ompad, an associate professor at New York University's School of Global Public Health. "I definitely don't suggest you visit sick or elderly family."