People with the vaccine are able to walk safely, according to new CDC guidelines released on Friday, but must continue to take COVID-19 protection by doing so, such as wearing a mask in public and in public.
The release of the long-awaited instructions comes to the US COVID-19 DISEASES Vaccination has increased across the country and the summer season is approaching. About 56 million people in the US, or 16.9% of the general population, have been fully vaccinated with coronavirus, and 100 million people received at least one vaccine.
“We now have a number of recently released studies on the real COVID-19 vaccine, which is why today we are releasing our recommendations to people who are vaccinated,” said CDC Director Rochelle Walensky at the White House COVID-19 conference on Friday. “People with full immunizations can resume walking at low risk.”
He added, “For example, vaccinated grandparents can receive their flights to see their healthy grandparents without having a blood test at COVID-19 or isolated, as long as they follow other preventive measures in their travels.”
But, he said, like COVID-19 cases continue to rise throughout the country, “I encourage more people not to travel too often.”
So far the health office has issued a limited number of recommendations on how people who have been vaccinated can start again. Last month, released security instructions allowing vaccinated people to meet in their own homes without masks or with another vaccinated family if they are at high risk of contracting the disease.
Here’s the new one CDC tours number:
- Vaccinated people can resume their journey. They do not need to get tested before or after the flight, nor do they need to isolate themselves when traveling.
- People with the right vaccine should continue to follow the COVID-19 protective measures – such as wearing a mask in public, moving around in public, and washing hands – while walking.
- People with full immunizations can travel to other countries before going for a test of COVID-19 before applying for a country of destination.
- People with the right vaccine should not isolate themselves when they return to the US unless required by the government or local authorities.
- People who are fully vaccinated going to the US from another country must have a COVID-19 negative test before boarding a plane. They should also have a COVID-19 test three to five days after their return.
In the last week, health care provider data released by the CDC have shown that the two most commonly used vaccines appear to protect 90% of COVID-19 infections, a very effective risk factor, which has led health professionals to rely on shots. In particular, the discovery that shooting protects against asymptomatic cases, which are thought to contribute to the spread of the virus, has boosted confidence in reducing immunizations in people with the vaccine.
Individuals are considered vaccinated two weeks after receiving a second dose of Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech, or two weeks after the Johnson & Johnson vaccination.
Masks are still needed on airplanes, buses, and trains under CDC guidelines, as well as at airports and other destinations.
The US is said to be on the rise, which Walensky warned threatens a fourth threat. On Monday, the CDC chief said the increase in the number of cases of non-vaccination in the US was expected to be reopened, the spread of several migrations, and more frequent visits. Some experts He said he hoped the vaccine would continue, especially among the elderly and other at-risk individuals, with the increase in cases not leading to hospitalization or the death toll.
“We are in a race for life and death against HIV. And the fight against the virus will never end, “said Jeff Zients, head of the epidemic at the White House on Friday.
He added: “We are trying to eradicate the epidemic as soon as possible, but we have not yet arrived. So we want everyone to do their part.”