Covid travel news for United States of America

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Updates for United States of America


Countries allowed to travel to the United States of America

Land borders are closed to non-essential traffic. By air all countries are permitted to enter the United States with the exception of the EU, China, Brazil, UK, Ireland and Iran. 

Travelers are not required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test unless they are arriving in these States. Each state has different quarantine requirements.

Read the complete guide on COVID-19 Entry Requirements For the United States. 


Updated on October 26, 2020.

Disclaimer the information is correct to the best of Weather & Climate's knowledge at the time of publication. Given the rapidly evolving nature of the international response to the COVID-19 outbreak Weather and Climate cannot guarantee its accuracy and can accept no liability for any errors or omissions

Hawaii reopens borders for tourism on October 15

Hawaii will be reopening for tourism to national and international tourists on October 15 without the need for a mandatory 14 day quarantine.

Hawaii Governor David Ige announced the news on Sept. 16

Incoming travelers must have a valid COVID-19 Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) within 72 hours of boarding their flight to Hawaii and must show proof of a negative test result upon arrival at the airport in order to avoid the 14-day quarantine.

Read more about other entry requirements here.

Updated on October 26, 2020.

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Hawaii governor delays plan to reopen tourism till October

Hawaii Gov. David Ige has hinted about it for weeks as COVID-19 cases in the state surged, and on Tuesday he made it official: The state won't reopen to tourism until October at the earliest.

The planned Sept. 1 start of a program that would allow out-of-state visitors to bypass Hawaii's strict 14-day quarantine upon arrival by presenting a negative COVID-19 test at the airport has been delayed until at least Oct. 1, Ige said late Tuesday. Read more here.

Updated on August 19, 2020.

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U.S. - Canada border will remain closed until September 21

The U.S.-Canada border will remain closed to nonessential travel for another month, officials announced on Friday, as cases in the U.S. continue to increase.

Updated on August 17, 2020.

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California closed cafes, restaurants, cinemas and museums again.

In the US state of California, cafes are closed again and restaurants, cinemas and museums are no longer allowed to let people in. That's what the California governor announced Monday.

In the 30 mostly densely populated regions in the state, gyms, places of worship, hairdressers, beauty salons and shopping centres have also been closed. These include Los Angeles and areas around San Francisco.

In two weeks, the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in California has increased by 28 percent, while the number of people in intensive care has increased by 20 percent. Many hospitals in rural areas are at their maximum capacity.

Los Angeles is the region with the most infections within the United States. More than 133,000 people have contracted the coronavirus there so far. 3,809 people died from COVID-19.


Updated on July 14, 2020.

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