Travel plans of citizens and Covid 2nd wave

Many families after no travel for over a year planned their summer travel as the COVID cases had reduced by February this year. However with the 10X rise in COVID cases from March 15th and a massive second wave, many citizens are now faced with either cancelling with penalties from providers or travelling with the risk. Below is the circle survey

Summer Travel Plans and India's 2nd COVID wave

The need of the hour is for airlines, hotels, travel portals, others to refund in full or atleast permit a free rescheduling. You are welcome to share the report link with family/friends and your experiences and views on the same in the circle! more  

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It is absurd to talk about summer travel, when the pandemic situation is bad in out country. The L.C. should not put such questions. more  
Trains, Busses Shall be Run with 60% Capacity, Reservations more  
The very cause for he nd outbrek was suarely put on the public for not followingg the Covid19 Approapriate behaviour. This is during the day day life inspite of fairly good warning messages in the social media. Just immagine people going on a travel trip. If it is a business trip Ok. But the very though of Holidaing is to throw all caution to the winds and go free.

That will be an ideal cause for a third wave. more  
The COVID has disrupted all the schedules last year and this year too. Let us pray God to restore normalcy. more  
No travel plan. more  
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