Camping - the preferred way to vacation during the new crown outbreak-Panergy

by ZHAO JUN
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Camping - the preferred way to vacation during the new crown outbreak-Panergy


Tourism was one of the hardest hit industries by the new epidemic: planes were grounded, hotels were closed, restaurants were closed, and previously crowded tourist destinations were deserted. But travel is an important part of people's lives, so with the epidemic easing and the conditions for reopening various attractions, people who have been at home for days are considering using the last part of the summer to travel in a safer way, and camping is their first choice.

Camping is one of the most popular ways to vacation in the United States. According to the annual report of KOA (Kampgrounds of America), a campground group in the United States, 7.2 million U.S. families began choosing camping vacations in 2019, pushing the total number of families using camping as one of their vacation options to a record 78.8 million (author's note: KOA's survey is just one of many similar statistics, but other organizations (author's note: KOA's survey is just one of many similar statistics, but other agencies have come up with different specific numbers, but the trend is consistent).

With a new crown vaccine not yet available and herd immunity predicted by experts to be possible until the end of 2021 at the earliest, avoiding the virus while on vacation has become a major concern, and camping may be the best way to avoid infection, not to mention that camping is more cost effective than other vacation options.

Campgrounds are located outdoors, even in the most famous tourist attractions, such as the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and the Rocky Mountains, which are among the top national parks in terms of visitor numbers, and choosing a campground for the night can effectively avoid close contact with others. Camping equipment is brought by yourself, unlike hotel beds and bedding and tables and chairs, which are not suspected of viral infection without the hands of others.

National Park campgrounds are now reserved online, and while it is extremely difficult to get a spot, if you're lucky, you don't have to touch anyone else to pay the fee or check in. If you have a portable toilet and bring enough water for drinking and washing, you can avoid cross-contamination by not even using the public toilets and water sources provided by the campground.

Summer essential equipment:

Camping fan recommendation:https://ipanergy.com/

by ZHAO JUN

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