Travel may be on standby, but we’re in it together

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Many of us would-be travellers are sitting at home itching for laws to lift, borders to open and planes to take flight. Family and friends are eager to reunite, and adventurers are yearning to explore the world. But alas, we must wait a little longer before the cogs of our travel plans can begin to turn again.

This clip, On Standby, Together by The Points Guy, reminds us that we may not be roaming the roads or sailing foreign seas, but we will be soon, and that we are not alone.

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