As vaccines are rolled out across the USA, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released its commencing order of health guidelines for fully vaccinated Americans. It is advising against all domestic and international travel, even for inoculated Americans.
Although new leniency has been awarded in other areas of restrictions, the CDC stands firm on its advisory against all domestic and international travel, even for inoculated Americans.
People are considered ‘fully vaccinated’ two weeks after receiving two doses of Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech, and a single dose of the recently approved Johnson & Johnson.
The CDC has said it will revise guidelines for vaccinated individuals once more of the population is inoculated and further scientific data is revealed on the aftermath of vaccination.