CORONAVIRUS HUB
THE LATEST COVID-19 TRAVEL INFORMATION
FOR TRAVEL MANAGERS

Starting January 26, 2021, air passengers entering the U.S. will be required to present documentation of a negative COVID-19 viral test (called a Qualifying Test) conducted within the three days before their flight to the U.S. departs. As your resource and advocate for all things travel, it’s our goal to arm you with the information you need to stay in the know and confident on the impact travel regulations and changes thereof have on your organization.

We are here to help guide you as you initiate policy updates and create education for your travelers to support any changing CDC requirements and to address further COVID-19 needs.
For your current travelers the ‘Fox Global Watch Program’ has taken into effect and we have launched our Traveler Emergency Support plan, to shift all our agents to act as quickly as possible.
To continue to support your travelers with new reservations, programming has been implemented for our Fox agents to advise of CDC testing requirements, as well as including new resources within their eInvoice confirmation.
FOR BUSINESS TRAVELERS

Starting January 26, 2021, air passengers entering the U.S. will be required to present documentation of a negative COVID-19 viral test (called a Qualifying Test) conducted within the three days before their flight to the U.S. departs. To continue to support travelers with new reservations, programming has been implemented for our Fox agents to advise international travelers of CDC testing requirements, as well as new resources will be included within your eInvoice confirmation.

WHAT IF I HAVE TRAVEL BOOKED?
To ensure those with current affected travel are assisted immediately, Fox is contacting all international travelers who booked tickets prior to the CDC announcement with flights returning to the United States on and after January 26th, to individually advise on this new CDC testing requirement.
HOW WILL YOU HELP ME IF I WANT TO BOOK TRAVEL?
With new travel reservations we have launched new programming for our Fox agents to advise international travelers of CDC testing requirements, as well as new resources for you that will be included within your Fox invoice confirmation.
FOR VACATION TRAVELERS

Starting January 26, 2021, air passengers entering the U.S. will be required to present documentation of a negative COVID-19 viral test (called a Qualifying Test) conducted within the three days before their flight to the U.S. departs. We are currently partnering with industry representatives and officials to collaborate on how we can best assist travelers with this change and provide the smoothest experience for you.

We are prioritizing calls to those with currently affected travel and ensuring the most updated and relevant information is provided to all other travelers as it becomes available to us.
Your travel advisor will be reaching out with additional information within the next 3-5 business days for January and February departures. Any travel departing March 1, 2021 or later will receive communication shortly thereafter.
As we navigate through another COVID challenge, we thank you for your continued trust. Your travel experience and confidence through changes in your trip is always our highest priority.
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AIR, CAR & HOTEL
AIR TRAVEL

Travelers should allow for more time prior to departure and be aware that the TSA Security Checkpoint process has implemented procedures to reduce direct contact, increase social distancing and allow for personal hand sanitizer.

All major airlines have a face covering policy and travelers are highly encouraged to bring their own. Travelers are encouraged to review the specific information provided by each airline they are flying.

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CAR RENTAL

Most major car rental providers have implemented new sanitation standards for their vehicles as well as cleanliness and distancing practices for airport shuttles and branch locations.

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HOTELS & LODGING

The majority of major hotel chains have introduced new cleaning and social distancing standards. Additionally, the CDC has provided recommendations on hotel travel.

Prior to departure, travelers should be aware various hotel services such as fitness centers, some public areas and food service – including breakfast availability – may be closed or modified. Travelers are encouraged to contact their individual hotel prior to arrival to understand the specific local practices.

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COVID-19 ARTICLES FROM FOX
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BUSINESS TRAVEL, CORONAVIRUS
JAN 15, 2021

As 2020 comes to an end and looking ahead to 2021, travel managers are planning for a strong return to travel. With this in mind, and considering today’s ever-changing travel environment, ensuring that travelers feel comfortable and safe on the road should be a top priority.

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BUSINESS TRAVEL, CORONAVIRUS
DEC 10, 2020

Even with relaxed airline policies, tickets gone unused due to travel upended by COVID-19 can eventually become lost in the chaos and cost travel programs thousands of dollars.

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BUSINESS TRAVEL, CORONAVIRUS
OCT 5, 2020

We sat down with Mike Heck, Fox Vice President of Supplier Solutions to discuss airlines, contracts, policy and how travel managers can proactively help influence positive change for their organizations.

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BUSINESS TRAVEL, CORONAVIRUS
SEPT 4, 2020

What is your TMC doing for you while your travel is stalled? Your role as a travel manager is just as important, if not more, than usual. Many travel managers are getting more questions than ever from your organization and travelers on your policy and program.

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TRAVEL TIPS, CORONAVIRUS
JUL 10, 2020

One of the most common questions and stressors for any trip that we hear from our clients is, “What do I pack?” Fox has created a quick list of must-have items for traveling during COVID-19.

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TRAVEL TIPS, CORONAVIRUS
MAR 3, 2020

For those who are getting ready to travel again or needing to take an important work trip, there are a number of guidelines and tips you can follow for staying healthy while on the road.

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