Due to the risk of being exposed to COVID-19 during your travels, whether traveling domestically or internationally, it is important to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s guidance on what to do after you travel.
The CDC has published useful guidance on exactly what to do after traveling to avoid transmitting the virus to others. Remember, even if you feel well and do not experience any symptoms, you could still be infected with COVID-19 and contagious to others.
Regardless of where you traveled or what you did during your trip, you could pose a risk to others for 14 days after being exposed to the virus.
Read more about what to do after traveling, what activities are considered higher risk, and what to do if you get sick after travel on the CDC’s website.