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External Article19 May 2020

Americans won't rush to travel post-Covid, survey suggests

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It will take the majority of Americans at least 60 days after "experts sound the all clear" on Covid-19 before they feel comfortable resuming travel, a survey released this week concluded.

The survey of 1,000 U.S. adults conducted April 8 to 10 by Mower, a marketing, advertising and public relations agency, asked respondents to gauge their appetite for travel the day after restrictions ease, 30 days later and 60 days later.

Twenty-eight percent of respondents said they would feel comfortable taking a vacation by car the day after restrictions are eased, 16% said they would feel comfortable flying and 12% said they would feel comfortable traveling internationally.

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