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Mandatory COVID-19 Testing Before Returning to the U.S.:   In response to COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that the requirement of a negative COVID-19 viral test (NAAT or antigen) will be expanded to all air travelers entering the U.S. starting January 26, 2021. Travelers are required to provide a negative test result (paper or electronic copy), taken within 3 days of departure, to the airline or they will be denied boarding for their return flight. We highly recommend taking a printed copy of the test result with you to the airport. TRAVELS UNLIMITED currently has a list of In-Destination Testing locations, as well as hotels offering on-site testing for free or at a cost. Please continue to visit our Travel Updates page as more information is provided.

According to the CDC guidelines, if you have recently recovered from COVID-19 and are not experiencing any symptoms, it is not recommended that you get tested again in the 3 months after a positive test. If you have met the criteria to end isolation you should travel with a copy of your positive test result and a letter from your doctor or health department that states you have been cleared for travel. Visit the CDC’s FAQs for more information.

Hotel Cancellation Penalties: We understand the unexpected can happen and choosing to cancel your vacation is never an easy decision. For that reason, we are providing you with a chart of estimated cancellation penalties for our partner hotels. Visit https://www.vacationexpress.com/hotel-cancellations/ for more details.

Passenger Information with regards to rights under the Canadian Air Passenger Protection Regulations: SOR/2019-150
If you are travelling to or from a Canadian airport and are denied boarding or your baggage is lost or damaged, you may be entitled to certain standards of treatment and compensation under the Canadian Air Passenger Protection Regulations. For more information about your passenger rights please contact your operating airline or visit the website of the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA).


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