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New COVID testing rules and other 2022 pandemic travel trends

Cheapism Logo By Charlene Fang of Cheapism | Slide 2 of 30: For the last year, all passengers flying into the U.S. have been required to present a negative coronavirus test taken no more than one day before their flight. The Biden administration just announced that the requirement is now being dropped. The decision is based on CDC determination that testing for entry is no longer necessary at this time. A number of other countries, including the United Kingdom, have already dropped this requirement.

Say Goodbye to Testing to Fly

For the last year, all passengers flying into the U.S. have been required to present a negative coronavirus test taken no more than one day before their flight. The Biden administration just announced that the requirement is now being dropped. The decision is based on CDC determination that testing for entry is no longer necessary at this time. A number of other countries, including the United Kingdom, have already dropped this requirement.

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