As they watched the coronavirus pandemic sweep the globe, Chelsea Jackson and her family postponed their planned move for as long as they could. But finally in June, she, her husband and their two kids boarded flights from the Marshall Islands to their new home in Seattle.
As some states and countries ease their coronavirus restrictions, parents have cautiously begun booking trips — to move to a new home, to visit family, even to take a much-needed vacation. But traveling with kids, especially on planes and through airports, was stressful and germy even before the pandemic hit. How can you do it safely now? Read more at The Washington Post.
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