CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Travel

Paola Ditto
Aprile 4, 2021

Within the United States, vaccinated people will not have to quarantine or take a Covid-19 test after traveling, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

For those who are not considered fully-vaccinated, the CDC's guidance remains to limit travel to necessary trips only, get tested one to three days before a trip and three to five days after a trip, and quarantining before and after the trip.

This guidance applies to travel within the United States and U.S. territories.

Officials consider people fully vaccinated two weeks after they receive the last dose of their vaccine.

Westhampton Beach resident Eron Bloomgarden and his family flew back from Florida on Friday after seeing his parents for the first time in a year.

Jacy Smith, of Shirley, says she thinks these updated guidelines will also make more people want to get vaccinated.

But global travelers headed to the United States should have a negative Covid-19 test before they get on the plane, be tested after arrival, and must quarantine if local authorities in the United States require it, the CDC said in a statement.

The CDC still recommends following its guidance on safe travel, like wearing a mask, staying six feet apart and keeping hands clean.

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