USA Requires Coronavirus Negative Documentations for Entry

Before departure to fly to US, foreigners should carry their coronavirus negative test result and proof documents from health care providers or public health officials.

According to a new federal policy, this will impact travelers who are heading to US from Jan. 26, 2021.

The new policy requires all air passengers, who should have test result from health care provider or public health official within three days before their departure to US.

If the traveler had a positive test result in the past, but the traveler no longer has symptoms then the passenger should have the positive testing result and a letter from a health care provider or a public health official stating that the traveler has been cleared for travel.

The C.D.C currently recommends that all air travelers including those flying within the United States, get tested one to three days before travel, and three to five days after the trip is complete.

Last week, all Major U.S. Airlines required all passengers to get tested between the destinations. The Major U.S. Airlines are backing a policy and welcoming this policy to expect opening borders with reasonable and rational way.

However, the variant mutation virus from the U.K. is fast spreading and there has been at least 10 states in U.S. that have shown signs of this new strain, alarming all living in the U.S.

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