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Most of the would-be visitors to Florida seem undeterred by the Zika news. More than 70 percent of those surveyed said they were concerned about the virus, but less than 10 percent of those with concerns changed their travel plans, according to researchers at the. FRIDAY, Aug. 12, 2016 Concerns around the mosquito-borne Zika virus aren’t dampening many Americans’ plans to visit Florida, a new survey shows.
Earlier this. Zika Not Changing Most Americans’ Florida Travel Plans: Poll. Only 10 percent of would-be travelers said they’d postpone a trip or head elsewhere. Please note: This article was published more than one year ago. The facts and conclusions presented may have since changed and may no longer be accurate.
And “More information” links may no longer work. Most of the would-be visitors to Florida seem undeterred by the Zika news. More than 70 percent of those surveyed said they were concerned about the virus.
RICHMOND, VA(Marketwired September 28, 2016) The number of Americans planning to travel to Florida over the peak fall/winter season dropped by. A worker washes down alleyways in Miami Beach. Travel insurer Allianz is predicting a 15 percent drop in Florida travel amid Americans’ heightened fear of the Zika virus. Zika fears are biting into Florida’s $90 billion travel industry. The travel insurance group reviewed more than 940,000 American travel plans made during the month of August for trips to be.
Women who are pregnant should not travel to affected areas, including Puerto Rico and some areas around Miami, Florida. Women and men who are trying to conceive may also want to avoid these areas, but if you do go, it’s time for a pause in your baby-making plans—women should wait at least eight weeks (and men six months) after returning. Check this page for the most up-to-date information before you make travel plans.
Note: The information on this page is for travelers to international destinations and US territories.For information on Zika in US states, visit Zika in the US.For the most current information about Zika virus, please visit CDC’s Zika. Most Americans Would Likely Alter Travel Plans to Avoid Zika; Most Americans Would Likely Alter Travel Plans to Avoid Zika. Posted on March 3, 2016.
Most Americans say it’s likely they would change their travel plans if they learned that their destination had a Zika virus outbreak, a new survey has found.
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