Demand for travel to the United States remains low; 12% of Americans plan to travel during spring break: industry By Reuters

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Travel demand in the United States remains low even as tens of millions of Americans get vaccinated against COVID-19, with just 12% planning a spring break trip this year, the industry said on Thursday. . The industry has been devastated over the past year by collapsing demand for travel due to the pandemic. The US Travel Association said the survey it commissioned suggested Americans remain cautious about travel and said “it‘s far from clear when travel demand will pick up on its own.” The industry again urged new tax credits to encourage business and leisure travel.

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