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COVID-19: Is it safe to travel once you have been vaccinated?

*Experts state the vaccine has been shown to reduce the severity of illness if you get COVID-19, but it is not perfect in preventing you from getting infected

Alexander Davis | ConsumerConnect

As regards whether there is a need for anyone who has been vaccinated against the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to wear a nose mask, wash their hands, and social distance any longer, millions of Americans have received both doses of the Coronavirus vaccine, and many are eager to get back to normal activities have asked: What kind of normal activities are safe after immunisation?

It was learnt for those ready to take a trip, Merck Manuals, a provider of healthcare information, echoes recent guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): that travel can increase exposure to risk.

The editors warn: “The vaccine has been shown to reduce the severity of illness if you get COVID-19, but it is not perfect in preventing you from getting infected.

“It’s not clear whether someone who is vaccinated can feel fine but still be infected enough to transmit the virus to someone else.

According to them, it’s essential that all people, even individuals who have been vaccinated, to continue to wear a nose mask, do hand washing, and social/physical distance for the foreseeable future.

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