Some Warriors staying put while others will travel during Spring Break

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Although it has been cold, the weather will warm up for spring break according to accuweather.com.

Rozlynn McNally, Staff Writer

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     Spring break is coming up in a few weeks, and people are making plans. 

I interviewed six people to see what they were doing for spring break. Three out of the six  said that they were going out of town, to another state. Two out of the six said they will also be making plans with friends and hanging out. And one said they will be working during the break and seeing friends.

      According to the New York Times, spring break will be a lot different this year, but still lively. Steve Hayes, president and chief executive of Visit St. Pete/Clearwater, commented, saying, “We don’t want to see a repeat of last year.” He’s referring to how crowds jammed the beach last year. With the pandemic, there have also been limits of gatherings, and reduced seating at restaurants. The CDC states that all air passengers will need a negative Covid test coming into the U.S., including U.S. citizens. “Masks are required on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation,” said the CDC.

      The New York Times also took a survey of 3,000 members ages 65 and older, and “about three-quarters said they planned to travel more this year than last and almost 58 percent said they planned to travel more in 2021 than in pre-pandemic 2019.”