People who have completed vaccination can travel freely in the U.S. without quarantine or testing

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on February 2 that people who have completed vaccination against the Chinese Communist virus are free to travel within the United States without having to be quarantined or tested for the virus, but they must still wear masks when traveling on mass transit systems such as planes, trains and buses.

NBC analyzed how much effect the CDC’s latest guidelines will have, and fears it will be unknown, as many people have been eager to start traveling for a long time, and American Airlines said earlier this week that the number of reservations has increased dramatically, returning to about 90 percent of what it was before the outbreak.

Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control, said at a press briefing on Feb. 2 that grandparents who have completed vaccinations can now fly to visit their grandchildren who are in good health without having to be tested for the virus or quarantine themselves during the trip, but they still have to follow other precautionary measures.

The number of cases of infection in the United States continues to increase, according to statistics, the daily number of new confirmed cases in the past seven days is about 62,000 cases per day.

Although people who have completed vaccination are at a lower risk of contracting the disease when traveling, “the CDC still does not recommend that people travel at this time because the number of cases continues to rise,” Walensky said.

The CDC statistics show that more than 56 million people have been vaccinated across the United States, and as of the 2nd, more than 100 million people have been vaccinated with at least one dose of the Chinese Communist virus.

The CDC has not announced whether people must show proof of vaccination when traveling. NBC reports that so far, no U.S. airline has required passengers to show proof of vaccination.