If you are planning to traveling into New York City, here’s what you will need to understand and expect if you would like to visit during the Covid-19 pandemic.

On May 19, New York state loosened up significantly on constraints for companies, gatherings and venues.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said he is targeting July 1 for New York City’s”full reopening,” such as”full-strength” business at stores, restaurants and theaters.

Now, cases, hospitalizations and deaths are falling.

What is on offer
This is the greatest city break. New York has the greatest city skyline from the world; civilization from the Guggenheim to MoMA; spectacular food from Chinese delicacies from Flushing to Italian pleasures in the Bronx; and the green sweep of Central Park to the occupied Lower East Side.

Who will go
New York is subject to US government principles , meaning traveling from Brazil, China, the European Schengen Area, India, Iran, Ireland, South Africa and the United Kingdom is not permitted. Exemptions are available for US citizens, relatives or permanent inhabitants. Travel from the rest of the countries is allowed.

All air travelers entering the United States are now required to have a negative Covid-19 test outcome.

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What are the restrictions?
Asymptomatic travelers entering New York from the other country, US state or territory aren’t required to test or quarantine.

New York officials nevertheless advocate quarantine for many travelers that are not fully vaccinated or have not recovered from Covid-19 during the previous few months. Examining three to five days after arriving in New York can be recommended for these travelers.

Limited exceptions include people coming from bordering states.

Every air traveler entering the United States needs a negative Covid-19 test result. Passengers are required to get a viral test within three days before their flight into the US departs and also to give documentation of their laboratory results or documentation of having recovered from Covid-19.