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Many cities and states around the U.S. still want you to visit – just not during the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

In lieu of much else to do right now, tourism websites are teasing the beauty of their respective locations, but encourage visitors to stay 真人百家家乐官网网站home for now.

States across the U.S. are already a video showcasing glaciers and mountains and promises that "Alaska will wait, for you."

Pennsylvania suggests visitors to experience the state from 真人百家家乐官网网站home. "Pennsylvania artists, horticulturists, chefs, re-enactors, outdoorsmen, and musicians want to welcome you into their 真人百家家乐官网网站homes," its website reads. "While we can’t do that literally, you can join us online for virtual visits." New Jersey, too, plans to bring the state to you.

In need of a coronavirus reprieve? Sign up for our newsletter. website. tourism site insists the only thing that matters is "you," despite the city's mayor wanting to reopen the city soon.

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"Soon enough it'll be time for paradise," territory Puerto Rico's tourism website says. "All in good time."

Not all tourism groups appear to be on the same page. There's no stay-at-真人百家家乐官网网站home encouragement on Louisiana nor Missouri's tourism 真人百家家乐官网网站home pages, for example (though Missouri has a COVID-19 alert at the top of the page).

If you do travel during this period, make sure you're caught up on the latest quarantine rules and restrictions.

Does your city or state have a creative campaign going on you'd like to share? Email doliver@lightfiretech.com.

Wait, what? Hawaiian tourism groups will pay to fly visitors who violate self-quarantine rule 真人百家家乐官网网站home

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