The White House said Friday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will lift its requirement for air travelers to get a negative COVID-19 test before entering the U.S.
Driving the news: The move goes into effect at midnight on June 12, per CNN, which first reported the announcement.
- The rule change is “based on the science and data” and the CDC will reassess its decision in 90 days, a senior administration official told CNN.
US will end Covid-19 testing requirement for air travelers entering the country
@CDCgov will evaluate its need based on the science and in context of circulating variants
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