Traveling during coronavirus: Should you postpone spring break trips?
Many people are rescheduling spring break plans as coronavirus spreads – but should you?The short answer? It depends on where you are traveling and how you are getting there.CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEPopular domestic spring break destinations such as Miami and South Padre Island are in states that are currently experiencing increased positive cases of coronavirus. As of March 13, Florida had 42 positive cases, and 2 deaths, while Texas had 28 confirmed. On Friday, Texas declared a state of disaster for all counties.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which typically does not issue advisories for U.S. travel, advise those considering travel to be aware of the community spread of the disease in certain areas and the elevated risk it could potentially pose to those traveling through airports or communal areas in those states.Ensure where you are going is still open as many popular tourist destinations both internationally and domestically have closed. Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California, for instance, will close starting Saturday until end the end of March. The CDC currently puts the risk of infection at “low” when flying between areas that are not experiencing “sustained community transmission. (iStock)CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR