SOME TRAVEL INFLUENCERS ARE SEEING PLANS CANCELED AMID THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK, WHILE OTHERS ARE STAYING PUT FOR FEAR OF GETTING STUCK IN A QUARANTINE

AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim With more than 80,000 cases of coronavirus reported globally, daily lives and habits have been affected for millions, particularly those who rely on international travel for work. Several travel influencers and bloggers told Business Insider that coronavirus has been a much-discussed topic in their industry, with creators raising concerns over upcoming trips — and fans clamoring for travel tips and answers. Some...

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