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External Article17 March 2021

Travel Changes For Those Who Are Fully Vaccinated

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The coronavirus vaccine is becoming available to more people across the United States and the world. Given the uptick in travel, it seems that more people are becoming confident to travel once they become fully vaccinated. Here are some travel changes to know about for those who have been (or will soon be) vaccinated.

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What Does "Fully Vaccinated" Mean?

Your body must develop antibodies after receiving the recommended coronavirus vaccine dosage before you are "fully vaccinated." The waiting period is 14 days after receiving your final dose. The 14-day period starts after receiving your second dose if you receive the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine. The Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine only requires one dose.

If you want to travel after getting the vaccine, your travel dates should start 14 days after receiving the second dose.

As always, you should stay home if you're showing potential signs and symptoms. People can still contract the coronavirus after being fully vaccinated.

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