It is now easier to travel abroad and return to the U.S. As of June 12, COVID-19 testing will no longer be required to enter the United States. This means that air passengers do not need to get tested and show a negative COVID-19 test result, nor show documentation of recovery from COVID-19 prior to boarding a flight to the U.S., regardless of vaccination status or citizenship. CDC’s Order requiring proof of vaccination for noncitizen nonimmigrants to travel to the U.S. is still in effect.
Canada is the second most popular international country from Wichita. If you’re planning a trip to Canada, you should be aware of the requirements prior to entering the country. The Government of Canada requires all non-Canadian citizens age 18 and over entering the country to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Canada is temporarily suspending mandatory random arrival testing at all airports for travelers who qualify as fully vaccinated until mid-July. For detailed information, visit the Government of Canada.
For travel requirements at other countries, visit the U.S. Department of State.
If you plan to travel internationally be sure to monitor travel requirements closely as they are frequently evolving.