I'm looking to travel overland from Canada to US for 3-day visit, with my 8 year old daughter. We're not US citizens or residents. According this DHS page, all travellers 2 years and older are required to be fully vaccinated to enter the US by land. The requirements for air travel are similar and are given here; they list some exceptions, including children under 18. For a child who is not fully vaccinated (such as my daughter), it seems that a parent must sign an attestation stating that the child will be tested 3-5 days after entry, then isolate if the test is positive. I have several questions:
- Does the exception for children also apply for land travel ? Do land travellers also need to sign an attestation? Update: I've got answers to these questions (yes and no) from here (the linked Federal Register document about the US-Canada land border)
I still have this question:
- If we're entering the US for 3 days or less, what am I supposed to do in terms of testing?