CDC Drops 14 Day Self-Quarantine Recommendation for Those Traveling


Since the COVID-19 pandemic, travel has been reduced to essential travel only in many areas of the U.S. With some traveling for leisure they have found themselves having to quarantine for 14 days post arrival of their destination. This rule was for both domestic and international travel. The CDC has changed that stance and has removed the directions for two-week quarantines from the "After You Travel" section of its coronavirus travel guidance. Instead they share "after-travel" recommendations based on individual countries.

The CDC's updated travel guidance states that all returning travelers should still social distance, wear a cloth covering, wash their hands often and watch for symptoms.

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