23 March 2022 | By Christopher Elliott

A positive coronavirus test result can end a vacation before it starts. If you’re worried about testing positive before your upcoming trip, you’re in good company. So are the rest of us.

Some countries won’t let you in without a negative result, while others will. But with a subvariant of omicron spreading in Europe, everything could change at a moment’s notice.

“Testing anxiety is completely understandable,” says Rajeev Shrivastava, CEO of VisitorsCoverage, a travel insurance marketplace. “The key is to plan.”

Although no one can guarantee the outcome of your test, there are ways to ensure you’ll get your results faster. And there are several coping strategies that can help you deal with pre-trip coronavirus testing worries.

Read the full article at The Washington Post.