United Airlines Debuts Interactive Map Displaying State Coronavirus-Related Travel Restrictions

By Kurt Stolz on 3 September 2020
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United Airlines introduced an interactive map that displays current information about any coronavirus-related restrictions at destinations in the United States.

The airline took this step to make it easier for travelers to keep apprised of what is open at a destination and what the local laws and regulations relative to the coronavirus pandemic might be.

“We know it’s a challenge to keep up with the ever-changing list of travel restrictions,” said Linda Jojo, the airline’s chief digital officer.

The color-coded map will display destinations that are “open to visitors,” “open with restrictions,” and “entry limitations.”

The map will indicate if a quarantine is required for visitors or returning residents, whether hotels are open, whether restaurants and bars are open, and what type of shops are open.
In addition to the aforementioned items, the map will also advise if a medical certificate such as a negative Covid-19 test is required, if non-essential shops are open, if masks are required in public, and if museums and other venues are open.

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