If you have checked any coronavirus tracker, you would understand that coronavirus cases in the US aren't looking too good, which is why the CDC is implementing measures to prevent an increase in cases.
One way the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is attempting to prevent the spread of coronavirus is to require all international passengers traveling to the United States to present a negative coronavirus test before they board a flight to the country. The new order by the CDC is expected to come into fruition on January 26, according to sources that spoke to the Wall Street Journal.
The CDC's new order will prohibit anyone from traveling to the United States if they don't have a negative COVID-19 test. The new order has come in as the UK has identified a new strain of coronavirus that is spreading among communities. This new strain of COVID-19 is more infectious than the main strain. At the moment, it is unclear how airlines will be checking negative coronavirus test results presented by passengers. For more information on this story, visit this link here.
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