A recent change in guidelines from the CDC (the US Center for Infectious Disease Control) means the actress may not be able to return to Atlanta overnight, delaying filming.
Wright has not been vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to The Hollywood Reporter. This means that she cannot return to the United States in this way.
The CDC has issued new guidance that all nonimmigrants and non-citizens visiting the United States must be fully vaccinated. Proof of vaccination is also required before a passenger is allowed to board an aircraft bound for the United States.
Since Wright, who was born in Guyana, is not a US citizen, she can only travel to the US (provided the stories about her vaccination status are true).
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