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With rising COVID-19 cases, how can families prepare for travel?

With the rise of COVID-19 cases, how can families prepare for travel?



NEWSCENTER 5 AT 5:30. N: BE THE SCHOOL HOLIDAY WEEK IS HERE THAT MEANS MANY TRAVEL WITH THE FAMILY SOMETHING WE HAVE NOT DONE MUCH THE LAST TWO. HERE TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS IS DR. ALI RAJA, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN OF EMERNCGEY MEDINECI AT MASSACHUSET GTSENERAL HOSPITAL. DR. RAJA, THANK YOU AS ALWAYS YOU ARE HERE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME .ERIKA: YOU SHARED TO DO VERY WORTH YOUR FAMILY HOLIDAY NEXT WEEK. HELLO, YOU ALSO. WHAT DO YOU THINK WHEN WE COME TO TRAVEL AGAIN WITH THE FAMILY? LY >> WE ARE GNG THE ENTIRE DISNEY UNTIL THE BOYS HAVE BEEN INVOLVED FOR YEARS. WE MUST POSTPONE IT. THE SAME BASIC RULES THAT WE FOLLOWED TRAVELING THE PREVIOUS OR PREVIOUS YEAR APPLY. KEMA MAKE SURE YOU ARE VACCINATED AND STRENGTHENED IF POSSIBLE, ESPECIALLY YOUR CHILDREN NOW IF THEY CAN BE VACCINATED. IT’S ALSO A WONDERFUL TIME TO TRAVEL AND BE OUT. IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT HOLIDAYS, GOING SOMEWHERE CAN PASS THE TIME ABROAD OR UYO IS REALLY IMPORTANT. INORDOS, THEY HAVE REALLY PAID KOCHI DATA PER LAW ON THE CDC WEBSITE FROM THE RISK VID. THINK WHERE YOU ARE GOING, ROAD JOURNEY, THINK OF THE VARIOUS POINTS YOU WILL STOP. OKLO UP THE RKIS of COVID TO THESE SOCIETIES AND MAKE SPECIFIC DECISIONS ON IF YOU MUST OR NOT WEAR OR NOT A MASK. The CDC WEBSITE HAS PROVED EVERYTHING. BEN: THE JOURNEY IS GBI FOR THIS WEEKEND FOR SO MANY REASONS. MANY FAMILIES WILL COLLECT FOR EASTER AND EASTER. AT THE SAME TIME, WE KNOW THAT CASES ARE GROWING HERE IN MASSACHUSET. WHAT WILL YOU TAKE INTO ACCOUNT FOR THE PEOPLE WHEN THEY COLLECT? DON’T YOU MENTION INSIDE IS IT A GOOD TIME IN CROWDS TO PUT A MASK? >> WHEN YOU ARE FULLY VACCINATED, THE INDOOR CELEBRATION WITH A SMALL GROUP IS SAFE. IF YOU WANT OR SOMEONE IS AT RISK FOR A SERIOUS SOCIETY YOU SHOULD WEAR A MASK. I TALKED WITH SOME FRIENDS AND IT’S GNGOI TO DO VIRTUAL RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS YEAR AND THAT’S GOOD. IF YOU ARE GOING TO A LARGE ASSEMBLY OF SOME KIND, I WILL STILL RECOMMEND TO WEAR A MASK, JUST BECAUSE YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT IT IS AND WHAT YOU SAY WHAT YOU SAY. IF IT IS A LARGE TEAM I STILL WEARED A MASK. SOME: THE CASES ARE GOING UP. HOSPITALS, WHILE THEY HAVE RISE A LITTLE WE HAVE NOT SEEN THE HUGE ACCIDENT, THIS WAS YOUR EXPERIENCE AT MGH? >> IT IS. IAW SA TWO PELEOP WITH COVID BUT THEY SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN HOSPITAL WITH THIS. THERE ARE 300 PATIENTS IN THE HOSPITAL AT THE STATE WHICH IS THE 10TH OF THE 3000 THAT WE HAD DURING OUR LAST MONITORING. THE HOSPITALS ARE STILL ENOUGH WELL. BEN: WE LIKE THESE NUMBERS. ΕΡΑ: ΙΚ ΕΧΑΡΙΣΤΩ. HAVE A SAFE TPRI. I HOPE IT’S A MAGIC AGE.

With the rise of COVID-19 cases, how can families prepare for travel?


Dr. Ali Raja of Mass. General says that for anyone traveling on the road, think about the different places you are going to stop and check the COVID-19 risk in each area, and then make specific decisions about whether or not to wear a mask. Earlier this week, the Biden government announced it would extend until May 3 the national mask requirement for airplanes and public transportation as it monitors the rise in COVID-19 cases. The order expired on April 18, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday extended it by two weeks. Management hoped to develop a more flexible cover-up strategy this week to replace the national requirement. In a statement Wednesday, the CDC said it would take time to “assess the impact of rising cases on serious illness, including morbidity and mortality, and on the capacity of the healthcare system.”

Dr. Ali Raja of Mass. General says that for anyone traveling on the road, think about the different places you are going to stop and check the COVID-19 risk in each area, and then make specific decisions about whether or not to wear a mask.

Earlier this week, the Biden government announced it would extend until May 3 the national mask requirement for aircraft and public transport as it monitors the rise in COVID-19 cases. The order expired on April 18, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday extended it by two weeks.

Management hoped to develop a more flexible cover-up strategy this week to replace the national requirement. I

In a statement Wednesday, the CDC said it would take time to “assess the impact of rising cases on serious illnesses, including sickness and death, and the capacity of the healthcare system.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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