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Understand the recommendations and requirements for COVID-19 testing for traveling domestically or internationally.


If you are fully vaccinated — two weeks past your final COVID-19 vaccination — the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not recommend getting a COVID-19 test before traveling domestically or internationally unless your destination requires it.

MyNortonChart testing and vaccination record

You can access your COVID-19 testing and vaccination records through your free and secure MyNortonChart account.

Before traveling, download the MyChart app and get vaccinated. If your destination requires a negative test result and you receive one, a record of it will be in your phone.

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Some countries require a negative test before entry, so check with your airline or the U.S. State Department for country-specific COVID-19 information. If you don’t meet requirements for entry, you may be forced to return to the United States.

Testing is recommended, but not usually required, for domestic travel if you aren’t vaccinated.

If you need proof of a negative test, your documented results are available through your secure MyNortonChart account. Results for rapid tests appear within 24 hours. If you need to access your child’s records, sign up for proxy access ahead of time.

Norton Immediate Care Centers and Norton Prompt Care at Walgreens locations can issue a formal letter attesting to your negative test if your international destination requires it.

All travelers are required to wear a mask over their mouths and noses throughout their journey. And before returning to the U.S. from another country, you will be required to get a COVID-19 test.

CDC travel recommendations and requirements

International travel

Not fully vaccinated

Fully vaccinated

Get tested 1 to 3 days before traveling out of the U.S.
Mandatory test required before flying to the U.S.
Get tested 3 to 5 days after travel.
Self-quarantine after travel for 7 days with a negative test or 10 days without a test.
Self-monitor for symptoms.
Wear a mask and take other precautions during travel.

 

 

Domestic travel

Not vaccinated

Fully vaccinated

Get tested 1 to 3 days before travel.
Get tested 3 to 5 days after travel and self-quarantine for 7 days. Self-quarantine for 10 days if you don’t get tested.
Self-monitor for symptoms.
Wear a mask and take other precautions during travel.