← Return to Blog

What to Pack for Your First Vacation After Pandemic Quarantine

May 21, 2021

If you're planning your first vacation after being under coronavirus pandemic quarantine, you probably have questions. 

What kind of precautions should you take before leaving? What should you pack to stay safe? And what should you expect?

A lot of people are thinking about travel now, and that includes me. Almost half of Americans say they'll take a trip when COVID-19 vaccines are widely available, according to Expedia Group’s latest Travel Trends Report, though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still advises against nonessential travel

Experts say you'll have to take some new steps, like packing a few items you wouldn't have dreamed of bringing on your pre-pandemic getaway. And as far as what to expect, only one thing is a guarantee: It'll be unlike any other trip you've taken. 

What are you packing for COVID-19 travel?

You'll want to slip a few extra items into your carry-on bag before you leave, experts say. 

Read more

This website and various social media updates provided by Seven Corners contain content, information, articles, videos, and links to websites created by third parties. Seven Corners, its owners, and its employees neither endorse nor are responsible for the accuracy, timeliness, or reliability of any third-party information, statements, opinions, or advice and are not liable for any loss, harm, or damage caused by your reliance upon them. Use of such information or the linked websites is entirely at your risk. Concerns regarding this third-party content should be directed to the third party. Seek professional advice, as appropriate, regarding your use of the such information and websites.

Because the information on this website and in Seven Corners’ blogs and other social media is written and compiled using knowledge and information available at a certain point in time, it may become outdated. For that reason, information, events, legal requirements, and product changes (including benefits, limitations, exclusions, and services) may not be up-to-date, complete, or accurate at the point in time it is being read. Again, use of such information is at your risk.