New York lifts domestic quarantine rule starting April
Update. New York will no longer require domestic travellers to quarantine beginning April 1. It follows an announcement earlier this month which lifted travel restrictions for fully vaccinated individuals from other states and territories. The US state, however, will continue to require international travellers to self-isolate for up to ten days upon arrival, on top of the country’s negative test requirement prior to departure. If you’re flying to the USA you must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test within three days of your departure, or proof that you have recovered from COVID-19. This applies to all passengers aged two years and older, U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents.
Additionally, all travellers will still need to complete the state’s health form. If a passenger does not provide documentation of a negative test or recovery, or chooses not to take a test, the airline must deny boarding. Further information is available on the CDC website.