U.S. health officials say staying home for the upcoming winter holidays is the best way to stay safe and protect others
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that the best way to stay safe and protect others is to stay home.
During a news briefing, the CDC said travelers should consider getting COVID-19 tests one to three days before their trips and again three to five days afterward. They also recommended reducing non-essential activities for a full week after travel or for 10 days if not tested afterward.
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