US testing requirements continue to dampen international demand; why it remains shrouded in mystery

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The unofficial start to the busy US summer travel season is under way, yet pre-departure testing for international arrivals to the country remains firmly entrenched. 

Pleas by travel industry stakeholders to lift the requirements have yet to result in the administration of President Biden changing course.

The result is that the resurgence in international demand will remain muted until the US joins numerous other countries in removing what seems to be an outdated preventive measure. 

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