The CDC’s recommendations before you travel
1. Check the number of cases in the state you’re planning to travel
It’s simple math: If the number of cases in the destination state has doubled or even tripled in the last seven days, you are more likely to contract the new virus and come with it when you arrive home.
2. Make sure you haven’t been in contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19
It could be a close friend, a family member, or a colleague. After all, you don’t even have to get in contact with them; it’s enough to touch the doorknob, which they also touched.
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