Covid After Vaccine, Should Covid-19 Testing Again?

For those of You who already get vaccinated Covid 19 in full, probably wondering if I need to get tested for Covid 19 back. As it turns out, the answer is no. Someone who is already doing vaccination Covid-19 in full can pass the testing routine with a few exceptions. 

The latest guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S. CDC) said, as reported by eatthis, Friday (4/6), a person does not need to be tested or quarantined if it has been fully vaccinated.

covid after vaccine Should Covid-19 Testing Again

In fact, if you've never been exposed to Covid-19, also do not need to be done. However, the test Covid-19 needed when experiencing symptoms of Covid 19, such as fever, cough, and fatigue. Guide updated based on the latest research that shows people who are vaccinated are much less likely to severe pain due to Covid-19. In fact, if exposed to infection, tend to not spread it to other people and the symptoms experienced are also lightweight.

The CDC said people who are vaccinated can also be issued from a routine inspection in the workplace. Screening is still recommended for people who work or live in homeless shelters or prison because of the risk of an outbreak is high.

Guidelines loosened also does not apply to doctors, nurses, and other health care worker. However, the guide can indeed be different in each country.

U.S. citizens who return from abroad are also still have to show tests Covid-19 negative before boarding the flight home. This is regardless of the status of their vaccinations.

"Anyone who tested positive for Covid-19, should still undergo isolation for 10 days," the CDC said.

When vaccination began high, many experts expect the CDC to further loosen the guidelines for testing. This is because many of the symptoms of colds and viruses can cause symptoms resembling Covid-19.

"A wide variety of infections that we do not test on a regular basis will cause the same symptoms,” said Dr. Rebecca Wurtz from the University of Minnesota. 

"You should wash your hands and stay home from work, but not need to out to be tested," he said.

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