CDC issues new travel guidance for people who are fully vaccinated

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday issued new guidance for domestic travel, saying people who are fully immunized against COVID-19 can travel in the U.S. and do not need to get tested or quarantine. This is a shift from March when the agency said it wasn't planning to provide updated travel guidance when it issued new recommendations for people who have been vaccinated. "Here's what we know: Every time that there's a surge in travel, we have a surge in cases in this country," CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said during a March 8 press briefing. As part of the new guidance for international travel, the CDC also said fully vaccinated Americans can travel internationally without needing a COVID-19 test before they leave unless it is required by that country and do not need to self-quarantine upon return unless required by their state. However, they should have a negative test result before they return to the U.S. and get tested within 5 days of their return.

CDC issues new travel guidance for people who are fully vaccinated

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday gave new direction for homegrown travel, saying individuals who are completely inoculated against COVID-19 can go in the U.S. what's more, don't have to get tried or isolate. This is a move from March when the office said it wasn't wanting to give refreshed travel direction when it gave new suggestions for individuals who have been immunized. "This is what we know: Every time that there's a flood in movement, we have a flood in cases in this country," CDC chief Dr. Rochelle Walensky said during a March 8 press instructions. As a feature of the new direction for global travel, the CDC likewise said completely inoculated Americans can travel universally without requiring a COVID-19 test before they leave except if it is needed by that country and don't have to self-isolate upon return except if needed by their state. Notwithstanding, they ought to have a negative test result before they get back to the U.S. also, get tried inside 5 days of their return.