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How LGBTQ Travelers Can Get Back to Exploring the World and Traveling Safely

May 21, 2021

As travel rebounds, and some international borders open to U.S. residents – especially, or exclusively, if you're fully vaccinated – you'll need to pack more than a suitcase to ensure safe trips during the pandemic's latter days, and far beyond.

After all, it's not quite a COVID-19-free world yet, nor will it be for a while. (And yes, I'm staring at those who traveled to dance parties and other superspreader events during the height of the pandemic.)

Since the world packs travel hazards besides COVID-19, from accidents to dangerous individuals and villainy targeting queer tourists, the National LGBT Media Association compiled some advice and resources for LGBTQ travelers to take into consideration. Bon (safe) voyage! 

'Travelers are ready to explore':LGBTQ travelers leading the way to tourism recovery

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