CDC Announces New International Travel Guidelines


Bursch Travel is currently assessing the latest ruling from the CDC that pertains to arrivals in to the US from an international destination. For details on this ruling click here.

Resorts, airlines, tour operators and other governments are all working on solutions to this new requirement. Although this change caught the travel industry by surprise, we know that we can get through this together.

We appreciate your patience and, as we get more clarification, we will share that information here.

Updated as of January 13, 2021 (11:30am EST)


As the world watches the Covid-19 coronavirus continue to evolve, many travelers have been left wondering what this means for future travel. Because of the ever-changing policies and regulations that are present when travelling now please see below for resources that will provide you with the latest informationLast updated on 12/09/20
For policies related to specific airline, hotel, insurance and other travel brands, please contact your local Bursch Travel advisor. 
Destination Re-Opening Announcements
Official announcements on which destinations will allow US tourists to enter their country. We continuously update this page as information is received. You will also find a link to the US Department of State providing a link to all countries, whether open or not to US travelers.

Here are some useful airline sites showing travel requirements by destination, for US domestic and international travel:

 

*PLEASE CLICK ALL LINKS FOR FULL STATEMENT

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC)
CDC Website 
Travelers Health Information by Country
US state's health department for travel restrictions in each state.

Cruise Ship Travel:  Level 4 Very High Level of COVID-19 (issued 11.21.20)

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)WHO Website

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
"Mapping Coronavirus" by Johns Hopkins University: Click Here

US DEPARTMENT OF STATE (DOS)

USA. GOV: DOMESTIC TRAVEL: Domestic Travel

TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (TSA)
TSA Response to COVID-19 
 

 

A message from Fred Bursch, President/Owner Bursch Travel