The CDC Continues To Warn Against Holiday Travel

In South Florida, infectious disease experts would prefer if no one was traveling during the holiday season.

Despite that, doctors are asking them to get tested for the coronavirus twice. The CDC is recommending that travelers get tested for the coronavirus one to three days before the outgoing flight and again three to five days after the returning flight and to quarantine at home for 7 to 10 days after the trip if they receive a negative test result.

CDC doctors are still recommending frequent hand-washing, social distancing for about 6 feet, and the proper use of face masks.

The CDC has the power to issue guidelines, but not to enforce them and Florida remains in the red zone.

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