Should Passengers Be Vaccinated Or Tested To Fly Within The U.S.?

By travel writer Heather Murphy.

By the holiday season, flying will have changed dramatically for Americans returning to the United States from abroad. They will be asked to show proof that they are vaccinated, to commit to two coronavirus tests if they are not and to participate in a new contact-tracing system.

For Americans traveling within the U.S., however, none of this applies. As airlines prepare for what’s expected to be the biggest travel . . .

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