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- After Receiving The Second Dose Of Vaccine, More Than 50% Of The Elderly In America Want To Go On Tourism
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New York12 hours earlierAuthor: Debra Kamin
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About 50% of the elderly across the US have planned to move somewhere because they have received the vaccine.
Jim and his wife Cheryl Dryer (72), 69, of Dallas (Texas), had canceled all travel plans due to the Corona epidemic and were forced to stay indoors. But both have recently received a second dose of the corona vaccine.
His antibodies will be made by March. After this, both want to go on long tours. This is not an example. About 50% of the elderly across the US have planned to move somewhere because they have received the vaccine. In fact, in the US, only the elderly have been vaccinated with health workers.
After getting the second dose, now they want to go on a long vacation to get rid of the stress found in the last one year. This has also been confirmed by hotels, cruise and tour operators. According to him, the elderly have made large number of bookings. Americans above 65 years are fully ready to travel. This is when their children and grandchildren still have to wait for the vaccine.
According to the survey conducted by travel agency Wirtuso in January, the elderly will become the biggest tourists in 2021. At the same time, Professor Jeff Galak of Carnegie Mellon University says that the elderly have suffered a lot of stress. But after feeling vaccinated, they are feeling safe, their desire to live is becoming stronger. This is a really good message.