The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the vacation and travel plans for thousands of people across the country. In order to find out how Americans have adjusted their vacation and travel plans during COVID-19, IPX 1031 recently surveyed more than 2,000 people from across the country who have either taken a vacation this year or plan to do so.
They found that only 27% of Americans have taken a vacation since COVID-19 began. 62% of those regret taking their vacation due to limitations on their trip. Only 20% of Americans say they are planning on taking a vacation this year. 64% don’t feel safe flying and 33% say they won’t fly until there is a vaccine. Of those who have traveled during the pandemic, 70% changed their destination, 81% avoided large cities and 76% monitored Covid-19 cases in the area before traveling. The most popular domestic travel destinations during COVID-19: 1. California 2. Florida 3. New York 4. Texas 5. Nevada.49% of respondents said they would budget more money for a vacation (or second vacation) if a second stimulus check is issued this year.