United States of America updates entry requirements

The United States of America updates entry requirements for international travelers

The United States lifted the PCR test requirement for international travelers traveling by air. The end of the obligation of this test came into force on June 12.

Previously, everyone over two years of age arriving on a flight from abroad had to present a negative PCR test before takeoff, regardless of their vaccination status.

In this way, the United States joins several other countries, especially in Europe, that have stopped requiring a pre-shipment test.

For more information, contact your sales executive or consult the official website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).