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Travel, Coronavirus, and You

Yeego Connect pledges to you that we will utilize the best sources of information to help you stay safe during this coronavirus outbreak. Our sources will only come from government, medical, and trusted epidemiology sources. We will only use proven science and medical-based sources or information for any travel advice.

What is Coronavirus?

"Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses which may cause illness in animals or humans. In humans, several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The most recently discovered coronavirus causes coronavirus disease COVID-19." - World Health Organization

Should I Travel?

If you have to travel for various reasons, please follow travel guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the foremost public health safety authority, and the U.S. Department of State. Be aware of unsubstantiated information.

Effective Monday, December 6, 2021, both vaccinated and unvaccinated people two years of age or older will have to take a COVID test one day before entering the United States. No quarantine is required after entering the United States. 

Ampoules with Covid-19 vaccine on a laboratory bench. Photo by M.Rode-Foto

How Can I Prevent Coronavirus?

  • Get the vaccine. (
  • Everyone ages 18 and older should get a booster shot. (CDC)
  • Wear a mask over your nose and mouth.
  • Wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer (with at least 60% alcohol).
  • Avoid crowds and keep physical contact greater than six feet (about two arm lengths).

Passport and COVID PCR test

Travel Resources

There are no comprehensive COVID-19 testing sites or locations worldwide. However, here are two resources available for the public.

Additional Resources

In the News

Passengers walk with their luggage through Heathrow airport in London on June 1. (Reuters/Hannah McKay)

U.S. to lift coronavirus testing requirement for flyers returning to the country

International travelers flying to the United States will no longer need to show proof of a negative coronavirus test before boarding their flights to the U.S., a senior Biden administration official said Friday, ending one of the nation’s last pandemic-related travel requirements.

The requirement will end at 12:01 a.m. Sunday.

A COVID-19 test device against a yellow, green, and dark teal background. (Washington Post illustration; iStock)

Traveling in the U.S. soon? Get tested before your trip, CDC says.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its coronavirus guidance for domestic travel, urging travelers to take a test close to departure regardless of vaccination status.

The agency said on its website that anyone traveling within the United States should think about “getting tested as close to the time of departure as possible,” no more than three days ahead of a trip. The agency previously only recommended testing before domestic travel for those not up to date on their coronavirus vaccinations.

Illustration of face masks against a salmon color background. (iStock/Washington Post Illustration)

Do I still need to wear a mask on a plane? 5 questions, answered.

In most transportation scenarios, no. But remember that the mask mandate doesn’t just apply to planes and airports. It also applied to trains, ferries, buses, ride-shares, taxis, trolleys and other transportation hubs.

Some mask mandates were staying in place. Public transit riders in New York City will still need to wear a face covering on subways, buses and trains, local media reported. Philadelphia International Airport is requiring masks under a city mandate.