The American Bus Association said the tour side of the bus business at the Yellowstone National Park was “brought to a standstill” last year because of the coronavirus pandemic. But it is back in business as Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks have resumed their bus operations. Yellowstone will conduct large group tours with COVID-19 safety measures so as not to spread the virus. Measures include wearing a mask and being tested within 72 hours of the planned trip or showing proof of vaccination.
There has been an increased demand from people to visit said American Bus Association president Pete Pantuso. Yellowstone as safety precaution closed its operations in response to the raging coronavirus pandemic a year ago.