Feb 2, 2020 - 7 min
Inform your travelling plans for the months ahead with these experts' opinions. A CDC epidemiologist says there's 'no such thing as safe travel', while a senior Johns Hopkins scholar thinks driving is a much safer choice. Interestingly, for the director of Harvard's Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics, the destination is the real concern. If you're looking to travel this summer, but are not sure if it's OK to do so, Natalie B. Compton and Hannah Sampson talk with five experts who might be able to offer some context, for The Washington Post.
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