California’s Travel Restrictions are now in effect until March 1. 

This is a major blow to the people of the state, but it’s worth it. 

With the state’s unemployment rate near 10% and the unemployment rate at 10.2% for most Americans, it’s a great time to be a traveler. 

For the first time, the state is making this a mandatory rule, meaning that you need to have at least a $200 travel credit in order to travel to places like New Orleans, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean. 

So, if you’re headed to the Bahamas and need to check into a hotel before you get there, you’ll need to do so without a travel credit. 

Here’s how to avoid the restrictions and how to get around them. 

If you are in the Bay Area, the best way to check out your favorite destinations is to fly in the day after the announcement was made. 

That means you need at least one day to get there before you can fly out. 

There are other things you can do that will make it easier to get back to work. 

Check out our post on what you can and can’t do to get to work if you are stuck in the city or in the airport. 

Also, be sure to check with your travel agent if you need more help with your trip. 

Be sure to let us know how you’re feeling about this announcement in the comments below. 

Travel restrictions: If a travel company tells you to cancel your trip, don’t. 

Even if it means that you’ll miss a day of work, it’ll make the difference in your job. 

You’ll have more time to plan your next trip.