It seems that the number of travelers is increasing in the United States and abroad. Even though safety and health mandates have been removed, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is still suggesting people protect their selves.
It’s not just the Coronavirus, but people are trying to avoid the flu and respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, the so-called tripledemic.
“CDC recommends properly wearing a high-quality mask or respirator over the nose and mouth in indoor areas of public transportation (such as airplanes, trains, buses, ferries) and transportation hubs (such as airports, stations, and seaports),” the CDC says on its website.
There are still rules and regulations regarding COVID-19. U.S. citizens and immigrants are not required to be vaccinated to fly within the U.S. or to the U.S. from abroad. Non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. immigrants traveling to the U.S. by air are required to show proof of COVID-19. Only limited exceptions apply. If you are not fully vaccinated and are allowed to travel to the United States by air through an exception, you will be required to sign a waiver before you board your flight stating you meet the exception.
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