United States of America

Kerwin McKenzie

USA Travel Restrictions

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COVID-19 Test Required For Entry Into The U.S. Starting January 26, 2021

Information on COVID-19 from The U.S. Government

Things You Should Know And Consider Before Domestic Travel In The United States

Check State And Local Restrictions Before You Travel

One thing to note is that since the U.S. will require a negative COVID-19 test result starting on January 26, 2021 when returning to the U.S., it’s imperative that you check before you go if this will be possible based on your travel plans. Otherwise, you may not be able to return as scheduled. So check the flight schedules to ensure that a flight will operate since some places do not have daily flights at the moment. If this is the case, you may have to stay another few days and your test may be invalid as a result.

Taking a COVID-19 test on entry is not unique to the U.S. Many countries have had this policy for some time now.

Note: If you travel from the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto and are returning to the U.S. mainland, a COVID-19 test is not required when arriving in the U.S. mainland. However, a COVID-19 negative test and documentation is required when traveling to the U.S. Virgin Islands as well as Puerto Rico.

Travel Restrictions Information By State, Including Quarantine Information

Some states and territories require documentation, quarantine and/or a negative COVID-19 test in order to visit. Here is the information you need to know by state/territories:

List of Travel Advisories For Countries Worldwide

Who Can Travel To The U.S.

Visit The USA Tourist Information

Information From The Government of Australia For Australians Traveling To The USA

Information From The Government of Canada  For Canadians Traveling To The United States

Information From The United Kingdom For U.K. Citizens Traveling To The United States of America

Center for Disease Control (CDC) Information on The United States of America