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Traveling increases your risk of getting or giving others COVID-19. The best way to protect yourself is by staying home. Do not travel if you are sick or have been around someone with COVID in the past 14 days. Try to avoid places with a high rate of cases because the more a location has, the more likely you are to get it. Do not travel if you have an increased risk of severe illness from infection. If you decide to travel, driving with only your household members is your best option and has the least risk. Flying also comes with risk, and the risk increases even more if you have a connecting flight. It is important while traveling to remember to wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose, keep a 6-foot distance from anyone outside of your household, wash your hands often, and avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Finally, be sure to check for any rules the place you are traveling to has in place.