International travel eases for travelers flying into the U.S. — but what about elsewhere?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has lifted its negative COVID-19 testing requirement for travelers flying into the U.S.. The mandate had been in place for almost a year and a half.
Here & Now transportation analyst Seth Kaplan has the latest details about the new changes and pandemic-related travel rules and requirements elsewhere around the world.
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