COVID-19 Testing Requirements Update for those Traveling or Returning to the U.S.
Back on June 12th, the requirement of showing a negative COVID-19 test for all inbound international air travel to the U.S. prior to boarding a flight has been rescinded by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC will reevaluate the situation in 90 days and render a decision whether to reinstate the requirement; but for the time being, there are no more required tests. The only requirement that remains in effect is the requirement of showing proof of vaccination prior to boarding a flight to the U.S. for all air travelers that are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
For our international community, if you have any questions relating to upcoming international travel, please contact your International Advisor in the Office of International Services.
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention: International Travel
- Foster, LLP: United States Lifts Covid-19 Testing Requirement for Inbound Air Travelers
- Miller Mayer, LLP: COVID Vaccine and Test Requirements for U.S. Entry
- NAFSA: COVID Vaccine and Test Requirements for U.S. Entry