All the people who can't fly abroad will probably now be clogging parks and camping grounds:
“Camping is going to be big, whether at the national or state park level. A lot of state parks will be rediscovered because the national parks are going to be full. You can count on that,” Greenberg said.
What about traveling out of the country?
“International travel is essentially dead on arrival now,” Greenberg said, with numerous countries in Europe alone requiring or planning to require travelers to quarantine for 14 days after they arrive.
CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg predicts that as parts of the U.S. begin to open up, many travelers will turn to RVs and one-tank trips.