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The summer travel season likely will look different for many Americans this year. Between COVID-19, stay-at-home orders and travel restrictions, vacations at the beach or overseas travel will likely be put on hold for many. But, that doesn’t have to spell an end to summer vacations.
Vacations give us a much-needed break from the everyday to unwind and relax. Some would argue that with the stress of COVID-19, taking time to unwind is necessary now more than ever.
While you may be staying home during your break, it doesn’t mean you have to spend your time couch surfing and binge watching the latest on Netflix.
Your summer staycation can be relaxing and fun with some planning. Here are a few tips:
Staying at home for vacation doesn’t have to be mundane. With a little planning, your staycation can be filled with adventure, fun and memories for years to come.
For updates on our planning and response efforts as we work to stop the spread of COVID-19, please check EEHealth.org/coronavirus.
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