When will the US lift travel restrictions?
Pressure is mounting on the U.S. to lift all travel restrictions, with hundreds of travel agencies making a new plea to the government on May 5th.
Currently, almost all passengers have to take a test within one day of their trip. Most unvaccinated foreigners are completely barred from entering.
What does the travel industry think about testing rules?
In the latest push by the travel sector, more than 260 firms signed a letter to the White House last Thursday, demanding an "urgent repeal" of the pre-departure testing rule.
When will the United States lift the pre-departure testing rule?
Currently, all travelers - regardless of vaccination status or citizenship - must take a COVID-19 test no more than one day before traveling by air to the United States. The test can be done at any time of the day before you travel.
Rapid antigen, PCR and a range of other types of tests are accepted. Only children under the age of two are exempt from this requirement.
Upon arrival, fully vaccinated visitors should not be quarantined, but it is recommended that they have another viral test within three to five days of arrival. All air passengers are required
When will unvaccinated tourists be allowed to return to the US?
In general, the US is not open to unvaccinated tourists. Being recovered recently is not enough to even get into it.
Children under the age of 18 do not need to be vaccinated to visit America, and there are some other exceptions for non-US citizens.