While the death toll from the new corona virus in the U.S. has not decreased, the situation continues to worsen, and people concerned about the tourism industry have noticed some subtle but important changes in the way Americans travel and vacation,media reported. According to Jeff Hurst, president of VRBO Resort Rental Services, the “cabin fever” is taking shape in the public after months of being locked up at home due to orders to be quarantined by the new corona virus and home.
So far, there have been only a few hundred confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in Alaska, and the death toll has not exceeded 12. Although Alaska’s cruise season has been largely canceled after 2020, tourists can still travel to the state — as long as they are ready — to be forcibly quarantined for two weeks. But Gov. Mike Dunleavy has announced an exemption from Saturday, June 6:
“If you fly to this state and don’t like the two-week quarantine time, all you need to do is provide a negative test for the new coronary virus.” Tests can be conducted upon arrival at the airport or within 72 hours of boarding your flight to Alaska. “
At a news conference announcing the details last week, the governor also said he expected to be asked to fill out a new health form when he arrived in Alaska.
For those who decide to travel to the state, local government officials are also asked to minimize contact with others — even if you test negative — until they conduct a second test, 7 to 14 days after the first test.
“We’re really trying to minimize the risks to Alaskans, and we’re opening up the market as much as we can,” said Dr. Anne Zink, Alaska’s chief medical officer. “