With the 3 COVID-19 vaccines rolling out across the country and hospitalizations leveling off, do you feel it may finally be safe to travel again?

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It seems a lot of people are ready to travel again. Overall air travel was obviously way down for most of 2020 but it looks like this March could be a busy month for Minnesota's biggest airport, MSP.  For 2020, air travel at MSP was down 60 percent from the previous year.

According to MSP, there are several days in March that over 28,000 people are expected to go through the checkpoints.

Personally, I really wish my wife and I could have made our annual trip to San Diego but with how hard Southern California was wit with COVID-19 recently, there just wouldn't have been a whole lot to do once we got there.

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Next week, Texas and Mississippi are going to reopen everything 100%.  With the COVID variants spreading around the country, I'm not sure that's a good idea.  I have zero desire to go to Mississippi.  Texas will be Texas and I have a bad feeling that their jumping the gun will not bide well for lowering the curve on this pandemic.

According to the White house, there will be enough vaccine available by the end of May to vaccinate all the adults in the U.S.  Then, there are those that, for one reason or another will refuse the vaccine.

So my prediction is things will begin to open up in the summer months. Hopefully we will all be able all gather our friends and families together for the holidays this year. That would be great!

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