As domestic and international travel slowly but steadily returns, many considerations are being put into effect to further slow the spread of COVID-19 as more and more mixing occurs.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that for the United States, a negative test may be required soon for inbound international travelers.
According to the article, the CDC may issue the order as soon as today, January 12th, and may go into effect on January 26th. The order would apply to both international residents visiting the United States as well as U.S. residents returning from trips abroad.
There are a number of domestic travel restrictions currently in place as well, depending on which states you are traveling between. Orlando International Airport currently offers rapid testing, and at-home kits are becoming more readily available.
As always, be sure to triple check for your region’s or state’s current guidelines when it comes to travel, quarantine, and testing ahead of any travel. We’ll continue to keep an eye on any developments that may impact future travel plans to Disney World or other theme park destinations and we will keep you up-to-date will all the latest information!
Have you done any international travel recently? Let us know in the comments below.
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