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CDC Advises Unvaccinated People to Refrain from Labor Day Travel

CDC advises individuals who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine to avoid traveling during the Labor Day weekend. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are urging unvaccinated people to refrain from travel to help prevent the spread of the virus.

White House officials emphasized the importance of vaccination before traveling, with CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky stating that unvaccinated individuals should reconsider their travel plans. The CDC recommends that those who must travel despite being unvaccinated should adhere to safety guidelines.

It is suggested that unvaccinated travelers should get tested for COVID-19 before and after their trip, isolate themselves for at least a week upon return, wear masks in crowded settings, practice frequent handwashing, and monitor their health status closely.

For fully vaccinated individuals, the CDC acknowledges that travel is permissible but suggests taking into account the current level of disease transmission and associated risks.

Overall, the CDC’s guidance underscores the importance of vaccination and safety measures to protect individuals and prevent the spread of COVID-19, particularly during holiday weekends like Labor Day.

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