San Francisco, California – Anyone who wants to travel to the U.S. from abroad will be required to show a negative COVID-19 test taken 24 hours before departure on any flight. This requirement will apply to Americans as well.
Any passenger returning to the United States will be subjected to the new tighter testing window at the international terminal at San Francisco International Airport.
The new rules poses an additional travel barrier for Americans planning vacations abroad.
Travelers departing from SFO on foreign flights should check for new restrictions imposed by other countries.
Public health experts throughout the world, including here in the United States, are attempting to slow the virus’s spread as much as possible.
The mask requirements will be in force until March 8 for all types of public transit.