Fully vaccinated against COVID-19? CDC says it's OK to resume travel The CDC says COVID-vaccinated travelers no longer have to follow its testing and quarantine rules, with an exception: international flights to U.S. CDC says travel is 'low risk' once you've got COVID-19 vaccinationThere's no need to quarantine after international travel if you've been vaccinated, the agency says, but you should continue to wear a mask and avoid crowds. CDC guidance says vaccinated people can travel safely in the US - The Boston GlobeThe CDC updated its guidance to say fully vaccinated people can travel within the US without getting tested for the coronavirus or going into quarantine afterward. Updated CDC guidance: Vaccinated people are free to travel domestically and internationallyBut they're still recommended to wear masks in public. Vaccinated Americans are free to travel but should still take precautions, the C.D.C. says.They must continue to take precautions like wearing a mask in public, avoiding crowds, maintaining social distancing and washing hands frequently, federal health officials said on Friday. Fully vaccinated can travel again, says new CDC guidanceAdd travel to the activities vaccinated Americans can enjoy again CDC says fully vaccinated people can travel safely in the USThere are still some concerns about international travel. Fully vaccinated people can travel again, CDC saysPeople who are fully vaccinated can travel within the US without getting tested for the coronavirus or going into quarantine afterward, the CDC says.