President Joe Biden signed an executive order in Thursday supporting the CDC recommendation that travelers entering the US have a negative COVID-19 test and must quarantine for at least seven days after arrival.
Last week the CDC issued a new mandate that requires travelers to the US to have a negative test before their departure, a seven-day quarantine when a passenger arrives in the U.S., and another coronavirus test 3-5 days after arriving.
The test must be done three days before their flight to the U.S. and they must provide documentation of their negative test results to the airline. If the documentation isn’t provided, the passenger is not allowed to board the flight
The mandate is set to go into effect Tuesday.