By Natalie B. Compton | December 2, 2021
Unfortunately for antsy clients, advisers don’t have much information to offer yet. Some are telling customers to wait and see how the research on omicron develops — and how countries respond — before canceling or changing itineraries.
Working with a travel adviser can be one way to help safeguard your travel plans; it is their job to stay current on restrictions and manage unexpected obstacles. But even without a professional, the everyday traveler can take plenty of measures to protect a trip.
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