CDC says fully vaccinated people can travel internationally safely

BREAKING NEWS: CDC says fully vaccinated people can travel internationally safely, don’t need to get tested before leaving or quarantine when they arrive back in the US

  • CDC says it is now safe for fully vaccinated Americans to travel domestically or internationally 
  • Health officials have discouraged travel for even people who have had their full shot regimen up until now 
  • Agency has dropped the rule requiring fully vaccinated international travelers to quarantine after returning to the US 
  • Americans will still be required to test negative for COVID-19 before boarding a return flight to the U.S. and to test within three to five days of their return 
  • Testing will not be required in order to board a flight to another country, unless the destination country requires a negative test  

Americans who are fully vaccinated can safely travel both domestically and internationally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday.   

Rules requiring fully vaccinated people arriving to the U.S. from international travel have also been dropped, as have requirements to get tested before traveling to another country. 

Americans will still need to get tested before boarding a flight back to the U.S., and within three to five days of their return.  

It comes as travel hits pandemic-highs, and after months of resistance from the CDC to allowing Americans to move freely throughout the country. 

Americans who are fully vaccinated can safely travel internationally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday 

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