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CDC Changes Tune on COVID Guidance for Vaccinated Travelers

April 2, 2021


Those fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are no longer required to test before or after traveling domestically or internationally from the U.S., the CDC said in updated guidance on Friday.

Unless required to do so by the international destination, fully vaccinated people no longer require a test, and they no longer have to self-quarantine after returning to the U.S., unless required to do so by a state or local jurisdiction.

In a statement, CDC said fully vaccinated people can travel “at low risk to themselves,” as they are at “low risk to get or spread COVID-19.”

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