How to Travel Safely to Big Bear During COVID-19

Tips to Travel Safely to Big Bear During COVID-19

Summer is here, and Big Bear is ready to welcome visitors! Traveling to Big Bear Lake during an ongoing pandemic may cause worry, but there are several actions you can take to help keep your family and those around you safe. These Tips to travel safely to Big Bear during COVID-19 will help you relax and enjoy your time in Big Bear, knowing you are prepared.

 

Follow Current Guidelines for a Safe Travel to Big Bear During COVID-19

As experts learn more about COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continue to update their guidance. Visit their website to understand what preventive steps  to take based on current community data before making a decision to travel to Big Bear or somewhere else. Talk to your medical provider, let them know where and when you are traveling, and request any specific guidance for you and your family. 

Check the Requirements

Before departure, check any state and local requirements of the areas you will be traveling through as well as Big Bear. Contact your lodging ahead of time and ask about any precautions being taken. By knowing and following the rules, you can help local businesses stay open and offer fantastic food and services. It would be the best practice to travel to Big Bear Lake in 2022.

Get Tested before departure for Big Bear Lake

If you have not been vaccinated, the CDC recommends testing three days before your departure and again when you return home and ensure a safe travel during COVID. You can order free at-home tests at www.covid.gov/tests.  

You are reading the ultimate guide to travel to Big Bear Lake during COVID in 2022.

Mask Up

If you will be in crowded areas indoors where you cannot safely distance yourself from others, pack a mask. When you are not wearing a mask, cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze. A mask takes up very little space and is lightweight to carry regardless of what fun activity you are doing!

Wash Your Hands

Washing your hands frequently can help prevent the spread of infection. The best option is to find a sink with soap and wash them for 20 seconds. Carry hand sanitizer in your travel bag for use when soap and water are not available. Do not touch your face with unclean hands and avoid touching surfaces that fellow travelers have frequently touched when possible. 

Pack Your Patience

Local businesses may continue to be short-staffed during the pandemic. Best practices are put in place to keep everyone healthy. If you travel with a patient mindset, your trip will be more enjoyable for everyone. We are all in this together and want every visitor to enjoy lovely Big Bear!

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Once you arrive in Big Bear, endless outdoor activities keep you socially distanced and safe. If you start feeling poorly during your travels, it is important to isolate yourself from others. Minimizing the spread of COVID-19 will help other visitors continue to enjoy all that Big Bear has to offer!

If you would like to make your next visit to Big Bear a permanent vacation, take a look at the beautiful properties currently available through Krause Real Estate.

You can also call or text us –
Jason Krause 909.649.4438 or
Ed Krause 909.725.4382

We would be happy to share our 20 years of experience in Big Bear area real estate.  We look forwarding to helping you find the perfect place for you and your family.

 

To learn more about safe travel to Big Bear during COVID-19 you may read COVID-19 travel advice and travelling responsibility in Big Bear.

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