New travel restrictions begin in the US. Here is what you need to know
Monday was the first day of a new requirement for international travelers headed into the United States, as the country attempts to limit COVID-19 infections.
Travels will need to have a negative COVID-19 test taken the day before they arrive in order to enter the country. The new requirement will replace a similar three-day requirement that has been in effect since early November.
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Some international travelers say that they are concerned over other countries' accessibility to rapid COVID-19 tests. But others support the move.
The new guidance comes as New Jersey confirmed its first case of the omicron variant.