We asked Georgia Southern students what their plans were for spring break

Elise Taylor, Multimedia Journalist

With the weather warming up and spring break just days away, it’s no surprise that students are already making plans for their free time. 

Based on data from the New York Times, Covid cases have been falling since January. 

Even though Covid-19 is still a threat, spring break plans are still on for college students. 

“I’ll be going to Panama City with a bunch of my friends in my sorority and with a bunch of girls in Zeta,” Elementary Education major Ansley Tabb said. 

“I’m probably about to go chill with the boys, probably go to the beach, probably like North Carolina and Myrtle Beach,” Sophomore Rashad Stevens said. 

With readily available vaccines and less mask mandates, it seems to be easier for students to get back to their regular plans of vacation. 

Although Covid-19 doesn’t seem to be changing plans this spring break, it has changed other travel plans for some students. 

“I did want to go like study abroad and stuff but schooling and then like covid so that changed everything,” Sophomore Myia King said. 

Regardless of your spring break plans, always remember to stay safe and put your health first. 

Have a great spring break.