"Many campgrounds and lodging in and around popular destination national parks — places like Yosemite, Yellowstone, Zion, Glacier, and Acadia — are already fully booked or nearly fully booked through Labor Day," said Stephanie Roulett, a spokesperson for the U.S. National Park Service told CNBC. Crowds gather to watch the Old Faithful Geyser erupt at Yellowstone National Park on July 14, 2021. Natalie Behring | Getty Images News | Getty Images To make matters worse, private rental home rates are surging, with rates up as much as 79% from 2019. Using Google Trends and rental home data from 265 municipalities, a Florida-based travel company analyzed where travelers may find fewer people and less expensive home rentals this year. Nine locations in the United States had higher travel-related searches in the first quarter of this year compared with 2019, according to travel company Trips to Discover . They were the only places experiencing “a true travel recovery” to date, according to the company’s research from June . Online travel searches increased earlier this year to places such as Ruidoso, New Mexico (population: 8,000) and Niagara Falls, New York. Interest in Lake Hartwell, a man-made reservoir between Georgia and South Carolina, grew by 348%, while trip searches to North Carolina’s Outer Banks more than doubled from early 2019. Though a long-established tourist magnet, with popular beach towns such as Nags Head and Kill Devil Hills, the Outer Banks have received an unusually high number index of tourists this year. “Roads are busier than ever before,” according to local news reports , which quoted Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce CEO Karen Brown as saying weekly visitors had jumped from 250,000 before the pandemic to 400,000 this year. Though travel bookings haven't returned to pre-pandemic levels in most U.S. locations, it may not feel that way for people who vacation in places such as Telluride, Colorado. Occupancy rates paint a similar picture. Vacation home occupancy rates were up in small and rural locations (+67%) as well as mountain, lake and coastal resorts (+25%) in April this year compared with April 2019, according to a report published last month by AirDNA , an analytics company that tracks rental listings of companies like Airbnb and Vrbo. At the same time, home rental occupancy rates fell in suburban areas (-13%) and large cities (-41%).https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/20/where-to-travel-to-avoid-crowds-and-high-prices-see-the-list.html
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Is it a stand for principle? Is it something else? Michael Sandel, a Harvard professor of government who teaches a course on ethics in an age of pandemics, noted in the university’s gazette that mask-wearing has emerged as “ a new front in the culture wars .” While covering one’s face is not difficult, mask opponents are driven by another concern: They don’t want government dictating their behavior. Put simply, Sandel said, the resistance is not about public health: “It’s about politics.” “Even as the pandemic highlights our mutual dependence, it is striking how little solidarity and shared sacrifice it has called forth,” he noted. “The pandemic caught us unprepared – logistically and medically, but also morally. … (It) arrived at just the wrong moment – amid toxic politics, incompetent leadership and fraying social bonds.” “It’s an act of defiance,” said Steven Tipton, a professor of sociology and religion at Emory University. “‘You can’t make me.’ And I will enact my own freedom even if it kills me and others around me who I love.’” Tipton co-wrote the book “The Good Society,” describing how America’s institutions have fallen from grace. He is among many who trace this viral distrust a half-century back to President Ronald Reagan’s quote: “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.’” As economic inequities mushroomed and social isolation festered, Tipton said, average Americans came to feel betrayed by government, the marketplace and so-called elites. For them, rejecting science and spurning authorities is a statement of moral outrage rather than an act of selfishness. And that sentiment is encouraged in a social media echo chamber that bonds the disconnected. In the end, however, COVID-19 has no his response politics or ethical code. The virus, acting on a principle of proliferation, has killed more than 4.2 million people worldwide – especially now those who didn’t get shots. The moral, Tipton suggested: “Being a good citizen is being mutually responsible. If you believe in the gospels, wear your mask.” Get the latest news straight to your phone: Download the USA TODAY app During World War II, the Greatest Generation forged unity with common goals. Americans tended victory gardens to overcome food shortages, volunteered for national defense and made personal sacrifices for the good of the country. Today, in the face of a pandemic that already has killed more U.S. citizens than the Big War, we block one another’s Facebook pages, stage anti-vaccine protests and in some cases attack one another for requiring or wearing masks. To be sure, public confusion and discord have been abetted by muddled messages from government and science, compounded by lies and disinformation spewed via social media.https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/08/02/covid-culture-war-masks-vaccine-pits-liberty-against-common-good/5432614001/