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Effective 18. April 2022, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will no longer enforce the federal travel mask mandate in all U.S. airports and onboard aircraft. Effective immediately, Delta has made masks optional for all airport employees, crew members and customers inside U.S. airports and onboard aircraft domestically, as well as on most international flights. We recommend carrying a mask with you wherever you go, as local policies and mask mandates in other countries may vary.

Effective 12. Juni 2022, all travelers, including U.S. citizens and non-U.S. citizens arriving in the U.S. from international destinations, are no longer required to provide a negative COVID-19 test. It will not be necessary to show test results at the airport before returning to the U.S. Proof of vaccination status is still mandatory for foreign nationals visiting the U.S., but it will not be required for U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Most international hotels and resorts will no longer offer in-hotel testing to guests. See below for more details.

Use Delta FlyReadySM to easily upload your required travel documents. Our interactive map is an excellent resource to help you decide your next travel destination, given the current and changing environment.

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POLICY QUESTIONS: (UPDATED JUNE 12, 2022)


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POLICY QUESTIONS:

What is the updated policy regarding U.S. Inbound Travel Requirements?

Effective 12. Juni 2022, all travelers, including U.S. citizens and non-U.S. citizens arriving in the U.S. from international destinations, are no longer required to provide a negative COVID-19 test. It will not be necessary to show test results at the airport before returning to the U.S. Proof of vaccination status is still mandatory for foreign nationals entering the U.S. Most hotels and resorts will no longer offer in-hotel testing to guests. See below for more details.

Here’s what you need to know about the latest U.S. entry requirements:

  • Fully vaccinated foreign nationals will be permitted to enter the U.S. with proof of vaccination. Unvaccinated foreign nationals will not be able to board a flight to the U.S., unless they meet criteria for one of the exceptions, opens in a new window.
  • Children under 18 years of ageare exempt from the vaccination requirement.
  • For those with connecting flights, your connection cannot be longer than 48 hours and travelers must present proof that their COVID-19 test was taken within 1 day of the initial flight departure.

What is considered fully vaccinated?
Individuals are considered fully vaccinated two weeks (14 days) or more after receiving one dose of a single dose vaccine, two doses of a two-dose vaccine or any combination of a two-dose vaccine (i.e., mix and match) of an approved or authorized for emergency use vaccine by the U.S. FDA and World Health Organization (WHO).

What vaccines are accepted?

The following vaccines are accepted by the U.S. for inbound travel:

  • J&J (also called Janssen)
  • Pfizer-BioNTech
  • Moderna
  • AstraZeneca
  • Covaxin
  • Covishield
  • BIBP/Sinopharm
  • Sinovac

Are mix and match vaccinations acceptable?

Yes. Mix and match vaccinations are acceptable. Individuals can be considered fully vaccinated ≥ 2 weeks after receipt of any combination of two doses of an FDA approved/authorized or WHO emergency use listed COVID-19 two-dose series and therefore be allowed to enter the U.S.

 


How do I prove my vaccination status?
At time of boarding, inbound U.S. travelers must provide proof of vaccination. This can either be digital or paper and must include at a minimum full name and date of birth matching the traveler’s passport, name of official source issuing the vaccine, vaccine type and date(s) of vaccination.

Are there any additional forms or documentation travelers need to provide or complete as part of entry into the U.S.?

All passengers ages 2 and up will need to complete an attestation form, opens in a new window before boarding a flight to the U.S. A parent or other authorized person should attest on behalf of a passenger under 18 years old. An authorized person may attest on behalf of any passenger who is unable to sign their own attestation (e.g., because they are too young, or because of physical or mental impairment).

Contact tracing will be required for all passengers entering the U.S. Delta will collect this information for its passengers on behalf of the CDC.


How do I verify my Health Documentation with Delta FlyReadySM?

Delta is making health documentation verification a breeze with Delta FlyReady – Delta’s digital solution built to automatically verify government-required health documentation and ensure customers are aware of entry requirements in place at their destination. If required, travelers on most international routes bound for the U.S. can use Delta FlyReady to directly upload and verify their vaccination certificate.

Bitte beachten Sie: You must enter your Delta flight confirmation number (not your Delta Vacations confirmation number) when entering the required information.


Who is exempt from proof of vaccination under The Presidential Proclamation and CDC’s Order? Visit the CDC site, opens in a new window to learn more about these categories.
  • Persons on diplomatic or official foreign government travel
  • Children under 18 years of age
  • Participants in certain COVID-19 vaccine trials
  • Persons with medical contraindications to receiving a COVID-19 vaccine
  • Persons issued a humanitarian or emergency exception
  • Persons with valid nonimmigrant visas who are citizens of a country with limited COVID-19 vaccine availability
  • Members of the U.S. Armed Forces or their spouses or children
  • Sea crew members
  • Persons whose entry would be in the U.S. national interest
HINWEIS: Objections to vaccination based on religious or moral convictions do not qualify for an exception under the Presidential Proclamation and CDC’s Order.

What else should I keep in mind?
  • You may want to bring printed copies of your documents and vaccination status if possible. Digital copies may be accepted, but backup is a good idea.
  • As the U.S. reopens and more travelers return to the skies, wait times at the airport and security checkpoints may be longer than normal. Early arrival is recommended.
  • Travel restrictions are changing frequently. We recommend that you check your destination’s specific requirements, as well as confirming directly with the hotel their policy regarding masks and more.

BOOKING QUESTIONS:

Where can I find out more information about the booking, cancellation and travel waiver policies?
More details can be found here. These policies may change, so please check back often.

Updated 11. Juni 2022

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