Exit Testing for Students
Students, faculty or staff traveling to states or countries that require proof of a negative COVID-19 test before you can travel should consult the Exit Testing page.

Effective August 9, 2021, the Duke Travel Suspension due to COVID-19 will no longer apply to domestic travel. Faculty, staff, and students who are fully-vaccinated will once again be allowed to travel with Duke support to U.S. states, territories, and territorial waters. Also, domestic travelers will no longer need to enter their travel into the Duke Travel Registry.

While international travel will be more complex given the pandemic and resulting entry requirements/restrictions, travel to destinations that do not appear on Duke’s Restricted Regions List can once again proceed for individuals who are fully vaccinated with the usual budgetary and departmental/school approvals.

Duke Travel Registry

Enter international travel plans into the Duke Travel Registry so administrators can locate and assist you when an emergency situation occurs.

Arriving or Returning from Abroad?

Travelers returning or arriving from abroad should follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC recommends precautions including wearing a mask or face covering, maintaining 6′ distance from others, frequent hand washing, and monitoring your symptoms.