Masked or unmasked?
On a cool spring evening in San Antonio, those seemed to be the surprising choices for boat tours of San Antonio’s busy Riverwalk. Passengers could board a watercraft where everyone wore masks and practiced social distancing — or crowd onto a floating superspreader event like it was 2019.
The first stop on an eight-month, 10,000-mile road trip from Arizona to the East Coast and back was filled with surprises like that. It was a preview of how the delta variant would change the way we travel, perhaps permanently.
The COVID-19 pandemic had started to fade in parts of the United States, but the virus was
→ Continue reading at Forbes