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A negative COVID-19 test result is not required to receive a visa but…


Q: What are the latest CDC requirements for travel to the United States?

A: Effective November 8, 2021, non-US citizens who are not immigrants to the US will be required to be fully vaccinated and provide proof of their vaccination status to fly to the US. There will be very limited exceptions to this vaccination requirement for certain non-US citizens who are not immigrants.

Fully vaccinated air passengers, regardless of citizenship, will continue to be required to show a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test taken no more than three days before they board their flight. For passengers who are not fully vaccinated, the rules will tighten to require a test taken no more than one day before departing to the US.

For more information on the new requirements, please visit the following CDC website: citizens-US-air-travel.html

All air passengers to the US will also be required to provide contact information to airlines before boarding flights. This strengthens a travel process already in place to rapidly identify and contact people in the US who may have been exposed to a communicable disease, such as COVID-19.

Access to travellers’ contact information will allow US federal, state, and local health departments, and agencies to share appropriate health and public health information necessary to help keep the public safe.