There are serious concerns of spread of Covid-19 Delta variant in the USA. However that is not going to stop millions of Americans from traveling for Labor Day. A survey from The Vacationer suggests that more than130 million American adults plan to travel for Labor Day.
Most people are likely to travel by car as it is safer and more convenient than using public transport or boarding flights. Nearly 12% people will travel by plane while only 4% will use public transport, as per the survey.
The people surveyed expressed concern about the Delta variant with some people considering it a big concern while few others considering it to be a small threat. Despite the concerns, a huge percentage of people say they will definitely travel. More than 25% of the people surveyed said they will spend $500 or more on travel for flight bookings, hotel stay and other expenses. A further 10% people are likely to spend $1000 or more.
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