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The pre-departure testing requirement was seen as an impediment to a complete recovery by airlines. Travelers are not sad about this development.

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According to an official in the Biden Administration, the White House will announce on Friday that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will no longer require air travelers to test negative for Covid before entering the U.S.

The requirement was lifted by the CDC because it was no longer needed. Major U.S. airlines had argued that the pre-departure testing requirement was preventing a full recovery from injuries.

According to a survey by Morning Consult, 47 percent of international travelers in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan and India won't travel in the next year because of Covid testing.

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The president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association said that Friday marked another huge step forward for the recovery of inbound air travel and the return of international travel to the US.

The recovery of the U.S. travel industry will be accelerated thanks to this action by the Biden administration.

The CDC's decision was applauded by the American society of travel advisors.

The president and CEO of the organization said that Friday is a great day and that there are plenty of challenges still to be solved.

The story was changed to include quotes from the president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association.

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