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COVID-19 Tests: Frequently Asked Questions
Travelers returning to the following destinations are required to show proof of a negative test prior to their departure from Los Cabos:
- Canada, effective as of January 7, 2021
- United States, effective as of December 6, 2021
According to the newest CDC announcement, all U.S. citizens traveling to the U.S. are required to get a viral test within 1 day before traveling. All will need to provide written documentation of their laboratory test result (paper or electronic copy) to the airline or provide documentation of having recovered from COVID-19, as well as a signed attestation letter. For travelers departing to the United States, options for this test include a PCR or Antigen test – valid with a medical certificate from the doctor. The Antigen test is a convenient option as it can be administered easily, in many locations including our resorts, and results can be provided the same day.
The Canadian government requests a PCR-type test, but due to its characteristics, this test cannot be performed in our onsite clinic; it can only be done by an authorized laboratory. For guests traveling to Canada, please contact our concierge staff for information on how to arrange PCR tests. Those traveling from Los Cabos may also book your appointment in advance here. Please take into consideration that PCR tests are not included in any meal plan and have an additional cost.
Yes. According to the CDC, anyone above the age of 2 must get tested before departure.
Yes, as part of our CARE program, Pueblo Bonito will now be offering same-day, COVID-19 testing services to help our guests easily comply with these new requirements. The test will be included in your all-inclusive package for stays of minimum 3 nights (one test per person). For additional tests or for guests who have not purchased the All-Inclusive Plan, we will offer the test at a cost of $17 USD (taxes included).
Antigen tests are available at our resorts in both Los Cabos and Mazatlán.
All guests under the same reservation who may require a COVID-19 test will be required to book their appointment simultaneously.
Results may be given in paper or electronic format as required by the CDC.
We strongly recommend that you make your appointment at least 96 hours before your departure flight to the U.S., ensuring that you can get an appointment within the required window: one day before your flight. You may schedule your appointment further in advance through our online pre-check-in (available 72 hours before your arrival at the resort) or upon your arrival.
We strongly recommend that you keep your appointment and avoid changes or cancellations. As it is important for each guest traveling to the U.S. to get a test within the mandated time, scheduling becomes very important. However, if a change or cancellation does become necessary, please contact guest services, the concierge, or front desk staff.
Again, we do strongly recommend that you keep and attend your scheduled appointment to avoid any type of mishap. If you require assistance, please contact guest services, the concierge, or front desk staff.
According to the CDC, for flights departing to destinations that require a negative test, airlines must confirm the negative test result for all passengers or documentation of recovery before they board. If a passenger does not provide documentation of a negative test or recovery, or chooses not to take a test, the airline must deny boarding to the passenger.
Yes. If you test positive, you may extend your stay at a discounted rate and quarantine at the resort.
Yes, according to the CDC, all air passengers traveling to the US, regardless of vaccination status, are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery.
For third-party testing facility information, please visit: https://www.visitloscabos.travel/covid-test.
This order applies to all air passengers, 2 years of age or older, traveling into the US, including US citizens and legal permanent residents.
CDC does not recommend getting tested again in the three months after a positive viral test, as long as you do not have symptoms of COVID-19. If you have had a positive viral test in the past 3 months, and you have quarantined, you may travel instead with documentation of your positive viral test results and a letter from your healthcare provider or a public health official that states you have been cleared for travel. The positive test result and letter together are referred to as “documentation of recovery.”
The airline will confirm a COVID-19 negative test result or documentation of recovery for all passengers before boarding.
According to the CDC, a verifiable test result must be in the form of written documentation (paper or electronic copy) of a laboratory test result. Testing must be performed using a viral test (NAAT or antigen), and negative results must be provided to the airline prior to boarding. The test result documentation must include information that identifies the person, a specimen collection date, and the type of test. A negative test result must show the test was administered within the 3 days before the flight. A positive test result (accompanying documentation of recovery) must show the test was administered within the 3 months before the flight.
According to the CDC, if you are arriving on a direct flight to the US, your test must be administered within 1 day before your flight to the US departs.
If you are arriving to the US via one or more connecting flights, your test must be done before the first flight in your itinerary, but only if the connecting flights were booked as a single passenger record with a final destination in the US and each connection (layover) is no longer than 24 hours. If your connecting flight to the US was booked separately or a connection in your itinerary lasts longer than 24 hours, you will need to get tested within 1 day before your flight that arrives in the US.
According to the CDC, if your flight is delayed before departure, you will need to get re-tested if the delay causes your test to fall outside of the required pre-departure testing period of one day before your flight.
Yes. According to the CDC, any flight entering the US, even for a connection, will require testing before departure.