C.D.C. Guidelines on Vaccinated Travel

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In recently updated recommendations, the federal health agency said both domestic and international travel was low risk for fully vaccinated Americans. But travel still remains complicated and the C.D.C. is not recommending travel at this time because of the rising number of cases of the coronavirus, both here and around the globe.

Here are some things to consider if you do plan to travel:

  • Under federal law, masks must be worn at airports, onboard domestic U.S. flights and in all transport hubs.
  • You can I go abroad, but only to countries that will have Americans.
  • If you are fully vaccinated, you can travel freely within the United States and you do not need to get tested, or self-quarantine, before or after traveling.

More info here.