Spring Break Requirements from the CDC


Emilee DiGuiseppe, News & Opinions Journalist

January 26th, the Center of Disease Control and Prevention started requiring air passengers coming into the United States to have a negative covid text within 3 days of departure and must provide the right documentation to prove a negative test. Airlines will require all passengers age 3 and up to provide proof or documentation of a negative covid test. Airlines can deny anyone who doesn’t present documentation of a negative test. When international travelers arrive back into the U.S. a 7-day quarantine is mandatory before returning to work or school, etc. If you are flying within the U.S., it won’t require a covid test before departure. U.S travelers from state to state won’t have to quarantine and can return to work and school immediately.