Air travelers flying into the United States will no longer have to provide a negative COVID-19 test before entering the country from abroad.

Citing “tremendous progress” in fighting the virus, US officials announced they were dropping the requirement. Those in the airline industry have been pushing to end the policy, saying it deters bookings because families are afraid of getting stranded abroad.

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