Current COVID-19 Testing Requirements for Travel

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise around the globe, new regulations centered on testing and locator forms can make traveling confusing and difficult. Whether traveling for business or needing to take time for some R&R, find out what regulations you’ll face when you land. 

At ARCpoint Labs, we’re ready to make sure you get the test results you need to be allowed entry to your destination. With a variety of testing options available, we’ll make sure that you get the test you need with results quickly so you can travel worry-free. Some countries require a fast turnaround for tests with results typically within 3-5 business days. Be sure to contact your local ARCpoint Labs to schedule an appointment that works with your schedule and your destination’s requirements. 



  • Negative PCR test within 48 hours of departure.
  • IgM antibody test within 48 hours of departure. [Source]



  • Negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival.
  • Passenger Locator Form. 
  • Currently locked down as of November 6, 2020 [Source]


  • COVID-19 test NOT required
  • Passenger Locator Form
  • Possible 14-day quarantine [Source]


  • Negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival. 
  • Self-declaration form [Source]

United Kingdom

If you don’t see your destination above, contact the corresponding US Embassy for more information on travel restrictions or updated requirements for admittance. From the “golden standard” PCR test required for most travel to rapid result antigen testing, ARCpoint Labs has the right test for your situation. We partner with labs across the nation to get you the information you need to make responsible decisions about traveling, returning to work, or just getting the peace of mind you need. Find your local ARCpoint Labs to schedule your COVID-19 testing. 

During your travels, it is still imperative that you take the necessary precautions to limit your exposure by wearing a mask and practicing safe distancing. While safe distancing may not be a viable option in close-proximity spaces such as an airplane, wearing a mask can lower your risk of being infected with COVID-19. Washing your hands and sanitizing after touching high-traffic areas such as handrails, elevator buttons, and handles can lower your risk as well. For more information regarding COVID-19, please only use trusted sources of information such as the CDC and WHO.