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Race cars burning rubber on track Examples of common hazardous activities and hobbies include skydiving, bungee jumping, automobile racing, and travel to countries with advisory warnings. (Photo: Shutterstock)

In recent weeks, many states have created plans to slowly reopen the economy. In addition to re-opening business in phases, these plans also include modifying or eliminating certain social distancing requirements as well as “stay home” or “shelter in place” orders.

Not surprisingly, domestic and foreign travel has been at an all-time low over the last several months due to the vast array of “stay at home” orders and almost universally closed borders. Additionally, many employers in the United States created company policies either significantly reducing or banning business travel. As states and foreign nations begin to reopen and relax travel bans and border closures, travel for business and leisure is likely to increase.



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