Change is coming and has arrived and will make it so that things will never again be business as usual due to Covid-19. Whether you are on the side that says this is statistically far less deadly than flu, or the side that says everyone needs to be vaccinated before we can return to normal life, travel as we know it has forever changed. People’s habits are changing and this will affect airlines, hotels, travel and entertainment companies of all types. In a Reuters/IPSOS opinion poll it was found that fewer than half of Americans plan to go to sports events, concerts, movies, and amusement parks when they re-open to the public until there is a proven C-19 vaccine. Of course, there is then the problem that a successful vaccine has never actually been created for humans, thereby decreasing the likelihood of the quick production of a vaccine as it will have to go through extensive human trials. This is the challenge for travel-related businesses in the short term, seeing as even when businesses open back up, demand has fallen sharply, and even those who are yearning to travel will likely do so differently.