Today, on United States President Joe Biden’s first full day in office, new travel restrictions for international travelers have been put in place.
The Executive Order on Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel includes a number of new policies, including mandatory COVID-19 testing before air travel for international travelers entering the United States and self-quarantine requirements in accordance with current Centers For Disease Control (CDC) guidelines — currently 10 days.
In short, according to these new United States travel regulations that pertain to international travelers, negative COVID-19 tests must be obtained before boarding an aircraft bound for the USA, face masks must be worn on all airplanes and other major modes of public transit, and self-quarantining is required upon reaching one’s destination — in the case of Walt Disney World or Universal Orlando vacationers, Orlando, Florida, likely by way of Orlando International Airport (MCO)
This is something all travelers — both domestic and international — need to be aware of prior to visiting Walt Disney World Resort right now
It is not yet known how long this new United States Executive Order will be valid for or how long The Walt Disney Company’s theme park restrictions will be instituted