The new CDC order requires travelers to provide proof of vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test before departing for the U.S. from any international location.
You should know:
A viral test must be taken within 3 days of departure for all air passengers (2 years of age and above), regardless of citizenship status.
If you have recovered from COVID-19, you will need to provide proof of recovery within the last 3 months. To do this, you must present both proof of a positive test and a letter from a licensed health care provider or public health official confirming you have been cleared for travel.
In addition to the test results, travelers must sign and present a completed CDC Attestation Form to the airline representative.
Airlines are required to confirm or deny boarding to each passenger based on the documentation provided. This is applicable to both commercial and private flights.
Click here to read the CDC’s full statement.
For additional peace of mind, I highly recommend that you purchase travel insurance upon booking.