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Unless you have to, NO.
While people are taking advantage of air and hotel discounts, everything is in such a state of flux right now. Airlines are shutting down
If you have an urgent reason to travel or you are going home, then proceed as quickly as you can. Travel safe.
Staying in another place means you increase your risk, potentially put others at risk and overwhelm health systems.
While I understand that hotels, restaurants and venues are suffering, the situation cannot be helped by us. To those struggling, I hope to be able to see you soon. I urge governments to support our travel industry.
Meanwhile, the travel party is over for three to six months minimum.
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