MILWAUKEE — Now more than a year-and-a-half into the COVID-19 pandemic, travel rules during the upcoming holiday rush could be different than they were a year ago depending on your destination.

"Travelers have a very pent-up demand right now and are really wanting to go," Rose Gray, the Business Relationship Director with Fox World Travel.

For domestic travel, the TSA is requiring masks on both trains, planes and buses, while also requiring them throughout the public terminals which serve them until at least January.

When it comes to vaccines, proof of vaccination status will only be required for certain international travelers and not for those flying in the domestic U.S.

"For the U.S. citizen departing the U.S., we're in pretty good shape," Gray added. "There are a number of countries requiring the vaccine [and] there are a number of ways that we can show that [vaccination status], and so at this point in time, as long as  you've got an approved vaccine— there are six approved vaccines around the world, three in the United States— you're in good standing to travel internationally."

You can watch the entire interview above.