The CDC recommends we delay travel until we are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated and must travel, follow CDC’s recommendations for unvaccinated people.
People who are fully vaccinated with an FDA-authorized vaccine or a vaccine authorized for emergency use by the World Health Organization can travel safely within the United States.
CDC will update these recommendations as more people are vaccinated, as rates of COVID-19 change, and as additional scientific evidence becomes available. This guidance applies to travel within the United States and U.S. territories.
The most important tip when traveling internationally by air is to check with your destination’s Office of Foreign Affairs or Ministry of Health or the US Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Country Information page for details about entry requirements and restrictions for arriving travelers.
Countries continue to announce that they’re opening up to vaccinated travelers as COVID-19 vaccine rollouts progress in the United States and abroad.
Bulgaria is now one of several European countries allowing vaccinated travelers to enter, including Greece, which began allowing vaccinated Americans to enter on April 19. The list has grown to nearly two dozen destinations now letting vaccinated U.S. travelers visit, including:
Additionally, Europe has agreed to open to vaccinated travelers this summer, a move that has already been backed up by statements from France and Spain indicating a June reopening.
Whether or not you’re vaccinated, you can, of course, still travel. You can drive or fly to countless destinations across the U.S. and you can even venture farther afield to Mexico, Costa Rica, and other countries where Americans are allowed to enter (regardless of vaccination status), of course, following all regulations. We’re here to help you with any major traveling decisions during these uncertain times, give us a call or email us today and Let’s Get Busy Livin’!