So mid term panic sets in again. Masks, boosters, and testing. The CDC urges domestic travelers to consider getting tested for current infection with a viral test as close to the day of departure and no more than three days before travel, regardless of vaccination status. CDC had only recommended Covid-19 testing to unvaccinated travelers before.
COVID vaccines are effective at preventing severe disease and death. However, since vaccines are not 100 percent effective at preventing infection, some people who are up to date can still get COVID-19. People who are up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines may feel well and not have symptoms but still can be infected and spread the virus to others,” a CDC spokesperson said in a statement.
What say you?