New policies implemented for U.S. travel

The CDC urges U.S. citizens to carefully evaluate all factors when considering international travel. If you decide to travel internationally, check with your airline for testing availability and costs at your destination, and have a plan to remain abroad until cleared to travel should you or a member of your traveling group test positive.

Please take note of the following policies which have come into effect as of January 26, 2021 until further notice. for all travelers:

Masks on Airplanes: In his first full day in office, President Biden issued an executive order that masks are to be worn on all domestic flights and international flights into or out of the United States.

International Testing: international travelers must provide proof of a negative test within three days of travel to airlines prior to departure into the U.S.

Self-Quarantine: International travelers must self-quarantine for 7 days on arrival to the U.S. and be tested again within 3-5 days of arrival, in accordance with CDC guidance. 

For further information, please visit the website for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention here.