It has started. Now without a false positive COV test, you cannot travel. This is part of the Digital Id.
Jan. 12 (UPI) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday that all international travelers entering the United States must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test before boarding flights.
The policy requires all air passengers traveling to the United States to get a viral test within three days before their flight departs and provide written documentation to the airline or provide documentation if recovering from COVID-19. The new rule is set to take effect Jan. 26.
Airlines must also confirm the negative test results for all passengers before they are allowed to travel. Those who refuse to test will be denied access to the flight.