At DDT Contracting Services, Inc. the health, well-being, and safety of our clients is always top priority.
COVID-19 has changed so much about our lives—how we work, how we communicate, how we move around our communities, and how we think about the world. This has been a different—and difficult—time for every single one of us and we cannot express how grateful we are for the support and patience of our Agents, Capos and Leaders, as well as you, our travelers, and their families, throughout these changing times. We want to make sure you know we’ve been closely monitoring the status of COVID-19 around the world and are working tirelessly to provide safety, flexibility, and value as we focus on the future of travel with DDT Contracting Services, Inc (DDT). As we navigate these unprecedented times together, we know some of you have outstanding questions regarding your travel plans that have been or might be affected. We have never stopped believing in the power of travel, and we truly hope you’re able to experience its benefits in the future—whether you choose to travel with your original group or on one of the many new, flexible experiences we’ve created in light of COVID-19. No matter what, we’re here to help as much as we can.
Keep in mind that DDT will follow the specific rules and regulations of each particular Country per trip. Since we go to multiple places each year, we need you to look at the guidelines of that Country and let us know if you are able to abide by its mandated travel restrictions. Unfortunately, we cannot be responsible/or hold/stop/slow a group trip if someone hasn’t complied with that particular Country’s policies for Covid-19 or its variants.
Here are a few resources below to help navigate COVID-19, so that you can be comfortable about traveling when you are ready.
Travel Alert: COVID-19 Testing Required for U.S. Entry
As of January 12, 2021, all passengers traveling from a foreign country entering the United States are required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test result prior to departure. Additional requirements apply as well as notices for prohibited entry from some countries.
For more information visit the CDC website and confirm with your airline.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — F.A.Q.s
Before You Travel
With COVID-19, you want to check with your airlines about any requirements prior to departure for your outbound and return flight, especially if you are flying internationally.