Vaccinated people should be tested after exposure, even if they have no symptoms


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revised the COVID-19 testing guidance for fully vaccinated people to recommend post-exposure testing even in the absence of symptoms.

Flashback: Authorities have previously said that fully vaccinated people do not need testing after contact with an infected person unless they experience symptoms.

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News promotion: New test guidelines came on the same day as the CDC Said Fully vaccinated people should wear a mask indoors in certain areas of the United States where the virus is significantly or prevalent.

  • Authorities also clarified the need to use masks regardless of infection level. “If your immune system is weakened, or if you are at high risk of serious illness due to age or underlying illness, or if you are a member of your family, your immune system is weakened.”

  • CDC director Rochelle Walensky changed with new data suggesting that “even vaccinated people infected with Delta can carry large amounts of the virus and infect others.” Revealed that was urged. The New York Times writes..

What they are saying: “If you are around someone infected with COVID-19, you should be tested 3-5 days after exposure, even if you have no symptoms.” CDC updated recommendations..

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