Drive If You Can
Because you could still be exposed while traveling, it's important to reduce your risk as much as possible, especially when traveling long distances. According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the safest way to travel is to drive without making any stops. Every time you stop for a bathroom break, to grab food, or to get gas, you could be putting yourself at risk.
If you're carpooling with friends or getting picked up by family, consider limiting the number of people in the car (that way, you can space yourselves out), wear a mask, open the windows, and pack your own food to avoid extra stops. If you need to fly or take another mode of public transportation, keep these safety tips and guidelines in mind.