The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is struggling to give consistent and clear messaging on what vaccinated people should and should not do.
On Friday, the CDC announced that vaccinated Americans could travel safely in the nation without having to quarantine or get tested for COVID-19.
However, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said that while people can travel, they still should avoid doing so. “We are not recommending travel at this time,” Walensky said at Friday’s press briefing, pointing to the rising number of cases.
“That said we are at 64,000 new COVID cases today, and our numbers continue to increase… I still continue to worry that with 80% of the population unvaccinated, we still have a lot of work to do,” Walensky said.
The whiplash in CDC messaging quickly drew criticism in the press.
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