When to test for US

by CaraKatz, Tuesday, January 11, 2022, 08:40 (8 days ago) @ RalphMalph

Hi! We are flying with Sun Country and this is their statement:

“COVID-19 Testing Requirements: All travelers, two years of age and older, must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test result (NAAT: RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, TMA, NEAR, HDA, or Antigen: Rapid) that has been taken no longer than one (1) day prior to departure to the U.S., regardless of vaccination status. EXAMPLE: If your flight is at 1pm on a Friday, you could board with a negative test that was taken any time on the prior Thursday. VACCINATED NON-US or NON-US IMMIGRANTS are required to be fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 prior to boarding a flight to the U.S. Additionally, travelers entering the U.S., must also provide a negative viral test result taken within one (1) day of their flight to the U.S. prior to boarding. UNVACCINATED NON-US CITIZENS or NON-US IMMIGRANTS will not be allowed to board a flight to the U.S. unless the traveler meets the criteria for an exemption in accordance with the Proclamation and CDC order. For detailed information regarding exceptions, testing for children, accepted COVID-19 vaccines, and FAQs, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website. The information provided below is for reference only and is subject to change.“

Based on the above, any time the prior day would be appropriate. If anyone has any additional information or feels that my assumption is not correct, please let me know.


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