U.S. to require overseas arrivals to prove they are COVID-19 free

The United States will require from Jan. 26 all overseas travelers to provide proof of a negative coronavirus test result before they are permitted to board inbound flights, the government said Tuesday. All travelers planning to fly to the United States are obliged to undergo a COVID-19 test three days or fewer before their U.S-bound flights depart, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Travelers will have to show documentation from their test to airlines or provide proof they have recovered from the respiratory disease. If a passenger does not provide documentation of a negativ…

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