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See below for important COVID-related travel advisories.
Please check the Foreign Clearance Guide or U.S. Forces Japan COVID-19 Information webpages for specific details.
KOREA, REPUBLIC OF (SOUTH) COVID TEST REQUIREMENTS
Visit the Foreign Clearance Guide or the link below for important information about COVID test requirements for personnel movement to the Republic of Korea:https://www.usfk.mil/Newcomers/Traveling-to-Korea/
KUWAIT COVID-19 ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Visit the Foreign Clearance Guide or the link below for important information about COVID test requirements for personnel movement to Kuwait.
QATAR COVID-19 ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Visit the Foreign Clearance Guide or the link below for important information about COVID test requirements for personnel movement to Qatar.
SPAIN TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR PCS & DEPLOYMENT TRAVEL
Each passenger arriving in Spain by air must complete the health control form available at www.spth.gob.es or on the Spain Travel Health App. Completion of this form will generate a QR code for each traveler.
TURKEY TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR PCS & DEPLOYMENT TRAVEL
Visit the Foreign Clearance Guide for important information about requirements for personnel movement to Turkey.
'Home' or 'Self' COVID tests will generally not be accepted for international air travel. Most foreign countries do not allow entry with these types of COVID test. AMC terminals will not accept self-tests unless the Foreign Clearance Guide or receiving country guidelines specify self-testing procedures and documentation.
For travel from a foreign country to the United States, ‘Home’ or ‘Self’ COVID tests must meet requirements listed on the CDC website under the 'Test and Documentation Requirements' section.
Do not proceed to the AMC Passenger Terminal if you currently have COVID. Arriving to the terminal with an active case increases the risk of spreading the virus to other passengers. Contact your Transportation Office or booking agency to be placed in medical hold status and to arrange alternative travel options.
If you are previously recovered from COVID, you must present proof of COVID positive results and written documentation from a treating physician indicating:
- Date of symptoms onset
- Start of the 3 month (90 day) period
- Statement the traveler has recovered.
NOTE: Foreign countries have different entry requirements. Some countries may not allow entry for passengers presenting documentation of recovery or may differ slightly. Check the Foreign Clearance Guide for specific COVID entry requirements.
In response to COVID-19 concerns, the Department of Defense issued domestic and international travel restrictions for all service members, DoD civilians, and their families assigned to DoD installations, facilities and surrounding areas within the United States and its territories. While the COVID-19 pandemic still presents risk, the improving conditions warrant a more conditions-based, phased approach to personnel movement and travel. Yet unless all the conditions of the memo are met, the current stop movement will remain in effect. The conditions to resume unrestricted travel rests on two overarching factors: 1) state and/or regional criteria, based on the administration’s Opening Up America Again guidelines and 2) installation-level factors based on conditions surrounding DoD installations, facilities, and locations.
The CDC announced changes to U.S. entry requirements for air passengers starting 04 April 2022. Guidelines can be found on their Amended Global Testing Order found HERE.
OUSD MEMO DATED 29 JUNE 2022
The DoD FHP Guidance contains information for Pre & Post-travel COVID Testing Requirements pertaining to Official & Unofficial International Travel from the U.S. to a foreign country and from a foreign country to the U.S.
DoD guidance must be followed and may be in contradiction to the CDC published exemption pertaining to COVID Testing requirements for U.S. Military Personnel on Official Travel flying on Commercial and Military aircraft.
Please review DoD travel restrictions prior to any anticipated international travel on USTRANSCOM or Air Mobility Command owned or operated commercial or military aircraft or while transiting through transportation facilities (AMC Passenger Terminals).
Current OUSD Memo (29 June 2022) Consolidated Department of Defense Coronavirus Disease 2019 Force Health Protection Guidance
For latest DoD FHP publication, please visit the U.S. Department of Defense Coronavirus Guidance webpage and click on "Force Health Protection Guidance" under "I want information on"
"Department of Defense Coronavirus Disease 2019 Force Health Protection Guidance" presents a uniform and consolidated policy for DoD's continued response to COVID19, and serves as the DoD COVID-19 Workplace Safety Plan required by Executive Order l399l, "Protecting the Federal Workforce and Requiring Mask-Wearing," January 20, 2021.
”It is recommended that all individuals wear masks on DoD conveyances (e.g., aircraft, maritime vessels, and buses) and in Government cars, vans, or other low occupancy transportation assets when more than one person is present.”
"These requirements apply whether the DoD transportation assets and hubs are located inside or outside the United States, but exclude ships, submarines, aircraft, and other tactical vehicles and craft in their operational environment."
CDC Requirement: Non-U.S. citizen, Non-U.S. Immigrants (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the United States on an immigrant visa): Passengers must be fully vaccinated to travel to the United States by air. Limited exceptions are listed on the CDC Attestation Form. https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/pdf/NCEZID-combined-disclosure-attestation-en-508.pdf
Face masks are recommended for all passengers. Click HERE to read more on CDC travel guidance.