Cincinnati vacationers react to CDC’s new vaccine steerage

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Now that more travelers are being vaccinated, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are changing their suggestions for a little flying and it will make things easier for travelers. New guidelines bring us closer to the old days. The CDC has updated its travel advice for vaccinated Americans, stating that the chances of contracting COVID-19 while traveling are low if you take your shots, so people are also contacting WHO, so the CDC can do this via the Vaccine had to say and the low risk makes people much more comfortable and it is a big step in the next direction, “said traveler Casey Butler are also further recommendations from the CDC. Fully vaccinated travelers do not need to be tested before or after the trip unless the target so requires, and fully vaccinated individuals do not need to self-quarantine. “I was first shot dead on December 22nd, second dose on January 21st at the University of Cincinnati,” Mya Sabai said Sabai says he has not boarded a plane since the pandemic started. ” I am relieved that we can travel more safely and securely, “he said than months ago.” I feel good traveling right now. I have no problem traveling anywhere in the world because the vaccine, everyone gets the vaccine, “said Akosua Yeboah.

Now that more travelers are being vaccinated, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are changing their suggestions for a little bit of flying and it will surely make things easier for travelers.

New guidelines bring us closer to the old days. The CDC has updated their travel recommendations for vaccinated Americans, stating that the chances of getting COVID-19 while traveling are small if you take your shots.

“A lot of people consider the CDC to be the authority in the way, and a lot of people turn to WHO too, so that’s what the CDC had to say about the vaccine and it’s a low risk that makes people a vaccine much more comfortable and it’s a big step in the next direction, “said traveler Casey Butler.

There are also other recommendations from the CDC. Fully vaccinated travelers do not need to be tested before or after the trip unless the destination requires it, and fully vaccinated individuals do not need to self-quarantine.

“I got the first shot on December 22nd and the second dose on January 21st at the University of Cincinnati,” said Mya Sabai.

Sabai says he has not stepped on a plane since the pandemic started.

“I’m relieved that we can travel safer and safer,” he said.

Others said they feel better hosing down than they did months ago.

“I feel good traveling right now. I have no problem traveling anywhere in the world because of the vaccine, everyone gets the vaccine,” said Akosua Yeboah.