(CBS DETROIT) – Nearly all air travelers to the U.S. will soon need a negative coronavirus test to enter the country.
The new rules go into effect on Jan. 26 under an order signed by the CDC.READ MORE: Cleanup Efforts Continue Following EF-1 Tornado In Clayton Township
Passengers must show a negative test result within three days of departure or prove that they’ve already recovered from COVID-19.
The rule does not apply to children under two or those flying through the U.S.READ MORE: DPSCD Teacher Calls For Mandatory Vaccines, Rejects Reopening Plan
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