Maria T. Morales
U.S – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC for its acronym in English) announced that the use of masks in public transport will still be mandatory.
The CDCs also warned those traveling out of the country, on the danger of being infected with some variants of COVID-19 that circulate worldwide and that in some cases are stronger than the original virus.
People vaccinated with the single dose of Johnson & Johnson or in the case of two doses of Pfizer and Moderna must wait for two weeks before traveling, CDC recommends.
Before traveling, people should make sure they understand all the requirements of the airlines and the destination related to the trip., use of masks, Quarantine tests that may differ from the United States' requirements.
Another important detail is to verify the current situation of the pandemic at your destination to avoid unpleasant surprises that may affect your plans..
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA for its acronym in English) reported that they will continue to require the use of masks both in air terminals and on flights.
Even, those who have already completed the vaccination process must wear masks during their stay at air terminals, according to the report.