TSA Reports 22 Days In A Row Of More Than One Million Passengers Screened Nationwide

That is the longest streak since the pandemic began. Meanwhile, the CDC says those fully vaccinated should feel safe flying, but recommends against traveling altogether until more people get vaccinated.

Video Transcript

- Well, the rush is on at airports as spring breakers travel across the country. The TSA has now recorded 22 days in a row of more than one million passengers screened nationwide-- the longest streak since the pandemic began. Meanwhile, the CDC says those fully vaccinated should feel safe flying. But the agency still recommends against traveling altogether until more people get vaccinated, but not everyone is following the guidelines.

SIMRAN SANGHA: I think that like, it's time. Because like, how long are you going to just stay locked up in your house? Something has to change. We have to get used to a new normal.

DR. ROCHELLE WALENSKY: The science shows us that getting fully vaccinated allows you to do more things safely. And it's important for us to provide that guidance, even in the context of rising cases.

- Now the CDC considers you fully vaccinated two weeks after your final shot.