No More Quarantine for the Vaccinated American Travelers

No More Quarantine for the Vaccinated American Travelers

Every one of us knows the pandemic has been too harsh to the world and the daily routine and normal life has taken a drastic turn many professions were stopped like anything one such profession was traveling-related people. Whether it be enthusiastic travelers or the traveling agencies, hotels, and many other professions who make the traveling experience better have suffered a great decline in the economy because of the pandemic as we all were locked in our homes.

This restriction is lifted at such a juncture when the number of cases is on the rise in the USA and decreases in the UK. Hence experts are more concerned about the safety of people in the UK as passengers who are vaccinated may not get infected but they can still spread the virus as they may have it in them. However, many people have yet welcomed the decision from both nations. 

No More Quarantine for the Vaccinated American Travelers

As the things have started getting better and we have prepared ourselves for living in this new world where usually when traveling travelers from one place to another we need to follow a number of rules there are many restrictions and among the top of them was getting quarantined soon after you reach a new place especially a new country. But here’s the good news for the Americans who are planning to visit the UK. UK has declared this Wednesday that from now vaccinated Americans can come to the UK without getting quarantined.

No More Quarantine for the Vaccinated American Travelers

New York Times reported that people who got vaccination in Britain need not isolate themselves after returning from most of the country but it’s not the same case for the people who are vaccinated outside Britain. American individuals who have got vaccinated by the vaccine which was approved by U.S. Food and Drug Administration and have developed immunity against coronavirus do not actually require to isolate or quarantine themselves. 

So the immunized individual just needs to take a coronavirus test before boarding their flights for visiting other countries and again after two days returning from the same. The United States as a matter of fact is included in the Amber List so as vaccinated Americans are included in the list for quarantine lift. The days which need to be invested after reaching a certain place in getting isolated can be saved for many travelers. Britain’s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has tweeted “We’re helping reunite people living in the U.S. and European countries with their family and friends in the U.K.,”

Government removing almost all the norms over covid-19 and with a very handful of things left to be followed many experts have made the statement that this would give a drastic outcome but surprisingly to the scientist the things don’t happen that way fortunately and there was no hike in covid-19 cases in the United States.

Although the United States travelers and visitors are allowed to visit other countries without any norms and quarantine section lifting up still it’s not the case in the United State through the covid-19 cases have declined in a place but the government is not sure if they can allow the travelers from other countries as the new delta variant is still on the door and can affect the citizen’s good care is not taken. 

As it was seen that one of the individuals got vaccinated and still got affected with the covid-19 in the United States shows that the new delta variant can again be life-threatening and experts stated that we never know if the negligence done then there might be a rapid spike of 100,000 cases on daily bases.

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