Getting Back on the Travel Track

Marc Pulisci Travels
1 min readJan 21, 2021

This is an article “Getting Back on the Travel Track” by Marc Primo

As 2021 sets in, more challenges meet travelers in international airports all around the world. In the US, all incoming passengers from abroad will need to undergo a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) or Antigen test during the first three days upon their arrival starting January. Likewise, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises every tourist to get a test prior to boarding a plane so they can show proof that they are negative of the COVID-19 virus. Better yet, carry with you an official letter from your local health ministry which certifies that you’re all clear for travel.

New US travel rules

The year also paves the way for more new regulations in the travel scene including the airlines’ duties to confirm that all passengers are negative of COVID-29 before boarding the plane. Should a passenger refuse to take the test (because unfortunately, there are some who think these are all political propaganda), then they may do so but will not be able to board and travel.

Originally Published on https://www.marcstravels.com/post/getting-back-on-the-travel-track-pulisci

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Marc Pulisci Travels

Marc Primo Pulisci is a recovering workaholic, turned writer, editor, and world traveler.