LONDON – From January 26, passengers traveling to the United States will need to show negative COVID-19 tests prior to their departure. Airlines will require the results before boarding. The rule exemps passengers with positive test result in the past three months but vaccinated travelers must be tested.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced the new testing rules yesterday. Every passenger above the age of two must show a viral test before boarding. This includes antigen and PCR tests, but not antibody checks. Passengers must perform the test 72 hours before departure.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”