The Business Travel Association – the corporate travel management association of the UK – has developed a five-step plan to get businesses traveling again and is calling for government backing. In a letter to government officials, CEO Clive Wratten wrote, “We have a duty to enable British business to travel, trade and stimulate the UK economy, hence we have developed this plan which we are calling upon the government to support.” The five steps are: allowing essential business travel; developing international standards for travelers such as social distancing and hygiene measures; insuring that travelers will be protected in case of disruption or infection; requiring that suppliers ensure cleanliness and social distancing; and helping travel businesses stay afloat. Wratten wrote that the business community is fully aware that recovery will be gradual but also called for careful planning and for governments and industries to work together.