CDC revised travel requirements for people who already have a complete Covid-19 vaccination schedule
This Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Modified this Friday Travel requirements Inside United States It is suitable for people who have established a complete vaccination schedule for Covid-19.
With changes, the people Immune May travel without showing Screening test SARS-CoV-2 virus before or after boarding or flying isolation Preventive.
This CDC Revised their guidelines travel After confirming that those have been completely Vaccination Less likely to shrink and spread coronavirus.
Free from Covid-19 test And quarantine area It takes 7 to 10 days for those traveling within the United States or abroad.
The agency emphasized that despite Covid-19 vaccine for travellers means In order to reduce the risk of spreading the virus, they must follow preventive health measures, such as wearing a mask, keeping a distance of two meters from others and washing their hands frequently or using antibacterial gels.
For people who have not yet received the necessary dose vaccine To gain immunity, they must abide by the following guidelines:
-There is one Covid-19 detection test Between one to three days before the trip and three to five days after the trip.
-use Face mask Airplanes, buses, trains, airports and stations and other transportation hubs.
-Stay two meters away from others to avoid crowds.
-Wash your hands often.
-meet isolation Seven days after the trip.If you don’t have one Covid-19 test, The quarantine time was increased to 10 days.
“This CDC Suggested delay travel Until complete VaccinationBecause it increases your shrinkage and spread Coronavirus disease“, explained the agency in the revised announcement.