THTBC Travel Policy

Last updated October 7, 2021

THTBC Travel Policy
Domestic Travel

CDC recommends you delay travel until you are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated and must travel, follow CDC’s recommendations for people who are not fully vaccinated. People who are fully vaccinated with an FDA-authorized vaccine or a vaccine authorized for emergency use by the World Health Organization can travel safely within the United States.

It is possible that some state and local governments may put in place travel restrictions, stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders, mandated quarantines upon arrival, or even state border closures while you are traveling. For more information and travel guidance, check with the state or local health department where you are, along your route, and at your planned destination. Just because there are no restrictions at the time you plan to leave does not mean there won’t be restrictions in place when you arrive.

In general, employees should avoid all non-essential travel.  Travel should be cleared by your supervisor.

If you have specific health concerns relating to travel, you should talk to your manager or Human Resources. For more information about THTBC’s travel policies, you may email

For more information about travel in the U.S., visit:

Foreign Travel Restrictions

Currently, employees are restricted from foreign work-related travel to locations where the CDC has issued travel health notices for Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, and Level 4 countries.  Details on each country’s classification and recommendations for travel can be found on the CDC website:

Should an employee have personal travel planned to a country where a Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, or Level 4 health notice has been issued by the CDC, the employee must notify his or her supervisor and Human Resources prior to departure.  THTBC will address specific travel needs on a case-by-case basis.  For employees who travel outside the US to a country where a travel health notice has been issued, the employee may be required to self-quarantine and work remotely for at least fourteen (14) days prior to returning to the job site.

General Travel Recommendations and Key Points
  • CDC recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential international travel.
  • Older adults and people of any age with serious chronic medical conditions are at increased risk for severe disease.
  • There may be limited access to adequate medical care in affected areas.
  • US residents may have difficulty returning to the United States.
  • Travelers should avoid contact with sick people and wash their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
  • All international travelers should stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, monitor their health, and practice social distancing.

It is important all employees communicate with their supervisors and Human Resources with any questions or concerns.  You may reach out to with travel-related questions.

Employees are expected to exercise necessary precautions when traveling for business or personal purposes. The CDC is continually updating travel advisories, found here:

Travel for business purposes should be limited to reduce opportunities for exposure. If an employee begins exhibiting symptoms following travel, he or she should immediately reach out to his or her healthcare provider and inform his or her supervisor.

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