Forbes: “After being pent up at home for months, wary travelers are beginning to plan long-awaited summer vacations. Businesses are slowly reopening and domestic tourism is restarting. But with more than two million confirmed cases of coronavirus and over 114,000 related deaths, the U.S. still remains an epicenter of the pandemic.
Thus, it is understandable that health and safety considerations are paramount in planning these first forays. Travelers are opting for “feel safe” itineraries: traveling domestically rather than internationally, taking road trips in their own vehicles (as opposed to flying or renting cars), and booking long-term villa stays (rather than moving from city to city, or place to place).
But even before travelers reach their destinations, locating clean and accessible public restrooms when they need them can be a challenge during this pandemic.”