What if I’m Not Vaccinated?
It’s risky for you to travel around the U.S. if you haven’t gotten the COVID-19 vaccine, or if you don’t have its full protection yet.
You’re not considered “fully vaccinated” until:
- Two weeks after you get your second dose of a two-dose vaccine, like Pfizer and Moderna
- Two weeks after you get a single-dose vaccine, like Johnson & Johnson
If you’re unvaccinated, you’re more likely to catch COVID-19 and spread it.
That’s why the CDC recommends that you put off trips until you’re fully vaccinated.
Don’t travel if you:
- Feel sick.
- Have had a COVID-19 test and are still waiting on the results.
- Got a recent positive test result, which means the test found signs of the virus.
- Think you’ve been exposed to someone with COVID-19.