The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending that travelers to the United States avoid nonessential travel to parts of eight states after a measles outbreak.
Before the approaching winter holiday travel season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revised its guidelines for unvaccinated Americans.
Those who have not gotten an authorized COVID-19 vaccine should avoid domestic travel until they have obtained a complete inoculation, according to the CDC’s official website.
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If unvaccinated Americans must travel, the CDC recommends being tested before leaving, wearing a mask nearly all of the time, avoiding crowds, keeping a safe distance from others, getting another test after returning home, and quarantining for seven days.
Fully vaccinated Americans may travel safely inside the United States, according to the CDC, but they should wear a mask in busy places and if they come into contact with unvaccinated individuals. Tourists who have been vaccinated do not need to be tested before or after their trip.
According to KOMONews.com, the CDC published a fresh set of guidelines for properly enjoying the approaching Christmas season earlier this week, but immediately deleted them from the website.
The now-defunct website offered advice on how individuals should spend the holidays with their friends and family. The organization recommended that American families conduct virtual holiday festivities or socially distant outdoor gatherings.
According to a CDC spokesman, the advice was deleted because it was obsolete.
“The holiday advice on that website was outdated,” a spokeswoman told Fox New York. “The website received a technical upgrade on Friday, but it still does not reflect the CDC’s advice ahead of the Christmas season.”
Dr. Anthony Fauci also made some confusing remarks regarding the winter holiday travel season, which he addressed earlier this week on CNN.
“Over the weekend, I also stated something that was totally misconstrued. Fauci told CNN, “I was asked what we might anticipate for this winter, namely for December and Christmas.” “We don’t know,” I said, “because we’ve seen slopes that went down and then back up.”
“This Christmas, I’ll be spending time with my family. I urge everyone, especially those who have been vaccinated and are protected, to enjoy a nice, normal Christmas with their families,” Fauci added. “The way all of the other misinformation spreads, you mention something about a historical event, and it’s misconstrued as me saying you can’t spend Christmas with your family, which is ridiculous.” You certainly can.”