While many people have been able to work from home since March 2020, others still must go into the office –and sometimes even travel. Exposure to the virus while traveling is, of course, a great risk to this day.

Amidst the rise of Delta, it can be nerve-wracking to be inside the airport and get on the plane, even with the social-distancing protocols in place.

Below is a checklist to ensure that your travels will be as safe as can be, so you return home healthy and COVID-free!


Although over 80% of Californians have been at least partially vaccinated, we still haven't beat COVID-19 and its variants like Delta.

The Latest CDC Guidelines

Although the CDC had previously stated that fully vaccinated individuals did not need to get tested for COVID unless they were experiencing symptoms, the latest guidelines state that vaccinated people should get tested regularly. 

Although most of the United States has 'opened', and fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear their masks anymore in many spaces, the new Delta variant rises many concerns.

Today, almost 52.1% Americans have been at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19. In California alone, 45.6% of people are fully vaccinated. There are still questions regarding whether children and pregnant or breastfeeding women can receive the vaccine. In this post, we share the CDC’s information on this important topic.