As my mother always told me, 'once you have knowledge no one can take it away from you'. This pandemic won't last forever and once its over you're free to take full advantage of what you've learned through me. The decision is yours. My process has changed lives. Much of the information I share through the videos I'll be sending my e-mail subscribers and the free webinars I host is free. Despite the current global health emergency with this Covid-19 pandemic, I'm still traveling, legally and safely, following ALL recommendations and guidelines in place by the Center for Disease Control and World Health Organization, in addition to those in place by the local governments where I live between Boston Massachusetts and Los Angeles California. When I mention that I'm only doing this for a limited time it's fairly likely that I'll stop when this pandemic is over, and I'm hopeful that it very well could be sometime after the 2nd half of next year in 2021 with the great news I'm hearing from countries like Russia and the United Arab Emirates with the progress they're making on vaccine development. Early results so far look promising as of October 2020. Plus the same month this pandemic is declared over could be the same month I decide to close down this website, or at least completely privatize it, keeping my secrets to myself and with anyone that's already subscribed, having them 'grandfathered in'. No new subscribers, students, or mentees all while I continue to provide even more value to my existing subscribers, students, and mentees who've already subscribed to my e-mail lists and or invested in my systems.
Also, the odds of catching Covid-19 on a flight are incredibly low, and with all due respect, probably lower than you've previously thought.
Airplanes are already equipped with air filters that filter out viruses and are taking extra steps and measures to help make sure they're cleaner than they were before. I used to service these jets. The air in modern aircraft cabins is replaced with new fresh air every two to three minutes, and most planes are fitted with HEPA air filters which are designed to trap 99.99% of particles. Data suggests that airplanes present a low risk for transmitting Covid-19. In one case, about 328 passengers and crew members were tested for Covid-19 after it was learned that a March 31, 2020 flight from the United States to Taiwan had been carrying 12 passengers who were symptomatic at the time. However, all the other passengers tested negative, as did the crew members. An entire plane was filled to capacity with people before the mask mandates, before social distancing went into effect, and before airlines were limiting passenger capacity, and nobody got infected.
Arnold Barnett, a professor of statistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management, tried to quantify the odds of becoming infected with the virus while on board a short flight in a recent study that looked at the benefits of the empty middle seat policy. According to his findings, based on short haul flights in the U.S. on aircraft configured with three seats on either side of the aisle, such as the Airbus 320 (the A320 and A321 are the jets I typically fly on since I fly with jetBlue so often) and the Boeing 737 — and assuming everyone is wearing a mask — the risk of catching the virus on a full flight is just 1 in 4,300. Those odds fall to 1 in 7,700 if the middle seat is vacant, and many airlines are now block middle seats for passengers in coach [economy], and are even limiting capacity in their business class cabins where passengers are even further spaced apart.
Read this article: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/the-odds-of-catching-covid-19-on-an-airplane-are-slimmer-than-you-think-scientists-say/ar-BB18dwTj
Then read this document from Harvard, and check out the sources referenced towards the bottom.
Now check out this article:
Finally, take a look at this article:
My point is, air travel is as safe as it's ever been, and it is HIGHLY UNLIKELY to be infected by Covid-19 on an airplane even without masks and even less likely while wearing a mask, in addition to the extra precautions and cleaning measures that airlines are no enacting. So entrusting the scientists, doctors, and researches with their above findings as presented, I will continue to travel, safely, using a mask and other precautions.
'This too shall pass...'
...but until then, mask up, keep your distance, wash your hands properly and don't touch your face. :)