Guide for Vaccines: Everything You Need to Know When You Travel

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Guide for Vaccines: Everything You Need to Know When You Travel

The US Travel Association is calling for dropping the Covid-19 vaccination requirements for inbound international travel. U.S. Travel CEO Geoff Freeman said “we need to eliminate the vaccine requirement” during a press conference just last week. Here is everything you need to know for what’s required for all travel vaccinations:

Covid-19 Travel Requirements

  • When traveling within the United States, vaccines are not required when boarding an airplane. Masks are also optional when traveling on an airplane and throughout the airport. 

  • When traveling Internationally, Covid-19 vaccinations, most countries have their own specific requirements on travel restrictions and requirements. Namely, they will require proof of vaccination and / or quarantine upon arrival. Click here for the most up to date information for each country's requirements.

  • When traveling inbound internationally to the United States, ALL travelers 2 years and older flying from China, Hong Kong, Macau, are Non-U.S. citizen, non-U.S. immigrants must show proof of being fully vaccinated with the primary series of an accepted COVID-19 vaccine before you board your flight to the United States. 

Non-Covid-19 Travel Vaccination Requirements

It is hard to remember a time before Covid-19 existed but even before Covid-19 was here, travel vaccination requirements were required for specific countries. Those still exist. Certain countries have various Travel Warnings and we are breaking them down for you.

  • Warning Level 3 (Red): Avoid all non-essential travel to this destination. The outbreak is of high risk to travelers and no precautions are available to protect against the identified increased risk.
  • Alert Level 2 (Yellow): Practice enhanced precautions for this destination. The Travel Health Notice describes additional precautions added, or defines a specific at-risk population.
  • Watch Level 1 (Green): Practice usual precautions for this destination, as described in the Travel Health Notice and/or on the destination page. This includes being up-to-date on all recommended vaccines and practicing appropriate mosquito avoidance.

Resources and helpful links

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