Traveling During the Pandemic

The safest thing to do is stay home; however, the CDC believes testing could improve traveler safety. Testing doesn’t eliminate all risk, but it can help make travel safer.

Consider getting tested 1-3 days before your trip and 3-5 days after your return and reduce non-essential activity for a full 7 days after travel, even if your test is negative, and you feel well. It is possible to test too early, and symptoms may take up to 2 weeks to appear.

Regardless of where you traveled or what you did during your trip, take basic precautions to protect others from getting COVID-19 for 14 days after travel, including monitoring your temperature and other potential symptoms.

CDC link for more on travel: Click here