By Christopher Elliott  |  September 29, 2021

It isn’t too soon to start thinking about the upcoming holiday travel season.

That’s what Iahn Gonsenhauser is doing. He’s the chief quality and patient safety officer at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center, and he’s charged with developing coronavirus procedures for the hospital.

And when he thinks of Thanksgiving and Christmas, he thinks of covid. “Unfortunately, we’re still talking about traveling with it,” he says. He’s urging anyone who will listen to repeat what they did last year: Avoid travel if you’re symptomatic, stay away from destinations with high coronavirus transmission rates, wear a mask and practice social distancing.

It’s no wonder people are feeling nervous about the upcoming travel season. I’ve heard from hundreds of readers with “what if?” questions, such as: “What if the delta variant worsens?” “What if the country I’m planning to visit closes to visitors?” “What if I get sick before my trip?”

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