Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the U.S has now granted fully vaccinated people to travel terming them low risk in revised guidelines by the agency.
The news will positively impact the struggling aviation industry that was struggling following the pandemic and will pave way from grandparents to visit their grandchildren freely.
A number of airline including Delta Air and America Airline had already called on CDC back in March to review its guidelines and allow fully vaccinated people to travel terming them safe.
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The new guidelines will also see the fully vaccinated Americans travel without the need to self-quarantine and get tested as it has been the case earlier.
The news is however strictly applying to Americans with non Americans required to provide negative COVID-19 certificates especially those who have traveled to China and Brazil among others.
Initially, CDC was adamant on reviewing the guidelines due to the new variant as they worked on studying the strain before issuing any directive.
Joe Biden administration has recently been working extra hard to ensure that not only are Americans vaccinated but guidelines are followed to the latter to combat the disease.