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CDC recommends preflight testing for those planning to fly internationally – Washington Post

Agency says people should be tested before they fly and then after they complete travel.




However, in an acknowledgment that some might still travel, the CDC says those who plan to fly internationally should consider getting tested one to three days before their flights and again three to five days after travel. In addition to getting tested after theyve completed their travels, the CDC said, people should stay home for seven days even if they test negative.
The agency however, did not address whether testing is recommended for those who are flying domestically.
While the CDC has previously…

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