Americans Slack On Covid Precautions Before Travel

A new poll is showing that Americans are slacking on their Covid precautions.

According to the Axios-Ipsos poll, few Americans who reported taking a vacation in the past three months took extra steps to avoid a COVID-19 infection prior to their trip.

Twenty-four percent of respondents who had traveled said they wore a mask indoors more frequently before the trip. Twenty-seven percent said they limited dining and other indoor events, while 22 percent said they limited seeing people outside of their household before their trips.

Forty-five percent said they washed their hands more frequently before their vacations, and roughly a quarter said they took an at-home COVID-19 test.

Most respondents said taking a vacation does not pose a major risk to their health or well-being.

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