Southland inhabitants intending to travel abroad will before long need to get a negative COVID-19 test prior to being permitted into the U.S., as will any unfamiliar guests to the nation, under another federal rule delivered Tuesday.
The guideline, declared by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, requires anybody making a trip to the United States to have a negative COVID-19 test inside three days of the flight.
Voyagers should give composed documentation of the test to the carrier prior to being permitted to get onto their flight.
Travelers who neglect to give documentation will be denied boarding, as indicated by the CDC.
The prerequisite will become effective on Jan. 26, 2021.
“Testing doesn’t kill all risk,” CDC Director Dr. Robert R. Redfield said. “Be that as it may, when joined with a time of remaining at home and ordinary safety measures like wearing covers and social removing, it can make travel more secure, healthier and more mindful by decreasing spread on planes, in air terminals, and at objections.”
The CDC likewise prescribes voyagers get tried again three to five days subsequent to showing up in the U.S and to quarantine for seven days.
Los Angeles County has since quite a while ago encouraged inhabitants who travel out of the zone to quarantine for 10 days upon their return.