From The Washington Post:

Travel in the second year of the pandemic

As more and more Americans are vaccinated against COVID-19, medical experts weigh in on the risks and precautions

March 24, 2021

With the pandemic now in its second year, how have the risks associated with travel changed? Is it safer to fly or to drive? Dr. Paul Chung, KPSOM Chair of Health Systems Science, highlights ways to assess the risks before hitting the road—regardless of one’s vaccination status. “It’s not just about risks to yourself, but it’s also really about risks to others,” Chung said.

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