USA abolish test requirement for China passengers

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The United States of America has lifted the testing requirement for travelers who have previously been to the People's Republic of China. The disease authority CDC sees no need to continue.

Last year, in response to the corona wave at the time, the USA introduced that passengers coming from China must present a negative PCR test. Shortly thereafter, European countries also introduced this measure. However, the United States of America still requires the presentation of a valid vaccination certificate. This also applies to passengers coming from Europe.

Negative PCR results (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Negative PCR results (Photo: Robert Spohr).