The new guidelines state that those who have been vaccinated will be able to travel without being tested or quarantined.
According to new guidelines in the U.S. issued Friday, Vaccine Add Travel to activities that Americans can enjoy again.
Before, there were agencies Be careful Even against unnecessary travel for vaccinated people, he noted that it will update the guidelines because more people have been vaccinated and the shots match the evidence about the protection it provides.
“Every day you get more data, and you change your guidance based on existing information,” said Ali Khan, dean of the Nebraska College of Public Health.
Khan said the update strengthens the safety and efficacy of vaccines and is another incentive for people to get vaccinated.
According to the CDC, about 100 million people in the United States – or about 30 percent of the population – have received at least one dose of the Comvid-19 vaccine.
The White House COVID-19 Response Team announced Friday that 4 percent of U.S. seniors received at least one shot and 52 percent of seniors were fully vaccinated.
As of today we are here in our vaccination program:
– 74% of 65+ adults got at least one shot
– 52% of seniors are fully vaccinated
– About 100 million Americans have received at least one dose
– More than 56 million adults in the United States are now fully vaccinated
– White House COVID-19 Response Team (@ WHCOIDRSPS) April 2, 2021
A person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the last required dose of vaccine.
Unsuspecting people are still advised to avoid unnecessary travel.
The new guidelines say:
- People who are fully vaccinated can travel to the United States without testing for coronavirus or isolation. The agency says people should still socially come after a mask at a distance and avoid crowds.
- The agency for international travel says vaccinated people do not need to take a Cavid-19 test before leaving, although some destinations may require it.
- Vaccinated people should still test for a negative COVID-19 before boarding a flight to the United States and three to five days after returning. There is no need to separate them. The agency noted the potential role of virus variants for careful guidance on travel abroad and the differences in vaccine coverage around the world.
The CDC cites recent research on the real-world effects of vaccines for its updated direction. The agency has already said that fully vaccinated people can go into the house with each other later, not wearing masks or social distance. It added that vaccinated people can meet people who are confined to a single family in the same family, as long as the risk of serious illness is lower if unprotected people become infected.
America began its vaccine rollout in mid-December. The first vaccines from Pfizer and Modarna require two doses every few weeks. A shot of Johnson and Johnson vaccines gave green light to regulators at the end of February.