How A Covid-19 Vaccine Could Change Travel For Good
The beleaguered travel industry got an immediate boost when Pfizer and BioNTech announced last week their vaccine candidate was over 90% effective, giving hope that travel might be on the rebound. But travel specialist Dr. Felicity Nicholson, lead doctor at Trailfinders Travel Clinic in the UK, says it'll be a while before we know whether travel post-vaccine will go back to how it was pre-pandemic, or if vacations have been irrevocably changed. And don't assume that once a vaccination program starts rolling out, you can jump on the next plane. Nicholson reckons that proof of vaccination might become advisory, or even mandatory, for destinations.