Traveling to Europe during COVID? Here’s how a Girl Scout troop did it

Girl Scout troop 1124 topped 12 years of Girl Scouting with a trip to Spain in July. In Toledo, they took this picture over a scenic overlook. When not with the group and not outdoors, they followed guidelines and wore masks.

We did the impossible. Or at the very least, if felt like it in the months primary up to our trip. 

In July, we took 12 folks to Spain and again COVID-19-totally free as a ultimate hurrah for a Girl Scout troop that had been jointly for 12 decades.

We sold a whole lot of cookies and nuts and sweet, staffed a ton of College of Texas concession stands, and scrimped and saved to make it happen. We prepared and investigated, and in the end, we realized the benefit of being versatile and how not to be let down when we finished up on system D, when programs A, B and C fell by way of mainly because of COVID-19.

Knowing phase 5:What to know about Austin Stage 5 COVID limits as delta variant surges

Typically Basílica de la Sagrada Família in Barcelona would be crowded with people. In July, tour groups and individuals were spread out and only 250 people were allowed to enter at any one time because of coronavirus measures.

But whilst we ended up gone, the problem at residence with the delta variant modified exponentially. The Centers for Condition Control and Prevention and the Austin Community Health Stage 5 suggestions do not advise journey for any person who is deemed large chance for a lousy COVID-19 outcome, even if they are vaccinated. Folks who have a small risk and are vaccinated can vacation if they use a mask, according to CDC recommendations, and anyone not vaccinated ought to not vacation.