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What the CDC Suggests ...

The CDC has changed guidelines for fully vaccinated people. Travelers still need to wear masks. Click here for all the details.
Travel and Testing

At U.S. Airports

While international airports rushed to get testing in place, U.S. airports hung back. Now they are moving individually--and a former airport-spa chain has remade itself as a testing company.
Alaska Airports
Atlanta (Concourse E)
Boston (Terminal E & C)
Burlington, VT (Garnet Health)
Chicago/Midway (Parking Level 3)
Chicago/O'Hare (Two locations)
Cleveland (Ticketing)
Dallas/Fort Worth (Terminal D)
Denver (Concourse B)
Ft. Lauderdale (Terminal 3)
Grand Rapids, MI (Economy Parking)
Hartford, CT (Baggage Claim)
Honolulu (Baggage Claim 31)
Houston/IAH (Terminal 4)
Los Angeles (Terminals 2/6/Intl.)
Minneapolis/St. Paul (Terminal 1)
New York/JFK (Terminal E)
New York/LGA (Terminal B Parking)
Newark (Terminals B & C)
Oakland (Two locations)
Orlando (Terminal A Atrium)
Philadelphia (Terminal E)
Phoenix (Terminal 4)
Pittsburgh (Concourse A)
Portland, Maine (Level 1)
Portland, Ore. (7000 NE Airport Way)
Salt Lake City (Concourse A)
San Diego (2357 Airlane Road)
San Francisco (International Terminal)
Seattle-Tacoma (Central Auditorium)
Tampa (Main Terminal)
Tulsa (Concourse B Baggage Claim)
Washington/DCA (National Hall)
Washington/IAD (Baggage Claim)

At Canadian Airports

Since the early days of the pandemic, Canada has had more stringent testing rules. Airports have been quick to react.
Calgary International
Vancouver International

Test and Fly

Airlines were slow to adopt Covid tests. As the pandemic dragged on, however, carriers began offering testing programs to encourage travel.
Air Canada
Alaska Airlines
American Airlines
Delta Air Lines (Italy)
Delta Air Lines (Netherlands)
Hawaiian Airlines
JetBlue Airways
United Airlines
WestJet Airlines
State-by-State Restrictions

Strange Days Indeed

You can't travel freely within the United States anymore. Many states still have testing and quarantine rules mask and gathering-size strictures, too. The CDC has gathered the rules at a one-stop site that you can search by state or zip code. Click here access the system.
North America Restrictions

Border Barriers

The long, open land borders between the United States, Canada and Mexico are closed to all but non-essential travel. Click here for Canada rules and here for Mexico rules.
Caribbean Restrictions
Can You Travel There?
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