US joins countries requiring pre-flight COVID testing

The United States has joined a string of other countries requiring international arrivals to take a pre-flight COVID test as it attempts to slow the introduction of new variants.

A health order issued by the Centers for Disease Control prohibits entry to the US of any arriving aircraft passenger who does not have a negative result from a test taken up to 72 hours prior to departure.

Passengers who have previously had COVID-19 must provide written or electronic documentation showing they recorded a positive viral test result and a letter from a licensed health care provider or public health official showing they read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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