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COVID home tests now accepted for international flights to US, CDC says – USA TODAY

The CDC said Friday home tests will now satisfy the COVID-19 test requirement for passengers boarding international flights to the U.S.

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Starting Jan. 26, the CDC will require universal COVID testing for all passengers on international flights to the U.S.
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It just got a little easier to fly to the U.S. 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that home tests will now satisfy the COVID-19 test requirement for passengers boarding international flights to the U.S. 
The CDC announced in January that all passengers ages 2 and older must present a negative coronavirus test taken no more than three days before…

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