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Early signs of life in travel industry as COVID-19 vaccines revive Americans’ wanderlust

The beaten down travel industry is showing signs of life as coronavirus vaccines allow homebound Americans to start thinking of hopping a flight.

Melissa Biggs Bradley, founder of Indagare, a membership-based travel company that operates its own tours around the world and that had seen 14 straight years of growth before the pandemic, said new bookings fell to zero as COVID-19 took hold. By June 2020, sales had plunged nearly 100% compared to the year-earlier period. 

In recent weeks, however, business has started to pick up. “I had three phone calls today with people who said, ‘I haven’t travelled in a year, I got both of my vaccinations, where am I going?'” Bradley told CBS MoneyWatch.

As of January, traffic to Indagare’s…

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