Please see below for general requirements related to travel during the pandemic as well as specific entry and exit requirements for each country.

ExperiencePlus! requires that its travelers (and tour leaders) be vaccinated. This policy is based on more than a year’s worth of experiences surrounding changing entry, testing, and quarantine requirements for travelers who are unvaccinated against COVID-19.

The definition of vaccination varies somewhat between destination countries.  Please see the tab for your destination country(ies) below!  Remember that if your tour crosses a border you will need to meet the requirements for all the countries on your itinerary.

Updated February 28, 2022

The EU Digital COVID Certificate, which has also been called the Green Pass in some countries, is a secure QR code system that stores proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, and/or recent negative test results that are accepted across Europe in countries that may institute documentation requirements.

A number of our destination countries require the EU Digital COVID Certificate for entry into certain establishments (e.g. hotels and/or restaurants).   Currently, all of these countries either have a process for issuing the EU Digital COVID Certificate to tourists or they are continuing to accept the US CDC Vaccination card (or likely the Canadian equivalent) in its place.  Please see the country tabs below for more information on the vaccine documentation requirements in each individual country.

In general, and regardless of a country’s specific requirements for documentation, we recommend bringing multiple copies of your vaccine certificate.  While only the original can be used for entry/exit requirements, having a copy along may be useful if the original is lost.  You may also want to keep an extra copy at home.

Updated February 28, 2022.

COVID regulations are becoming increasingly similar in our destination countries throughout the world.  Any specific requirements for individual countries are listed in the tabs below.

In general:

  • You should carry your proof of vaccination as it may be required not just for entry into the country but also for entry into establishments in some countries.
  • Many of our destination countries will still require the wearing of masks in public indoor spaces.
  • Restaurants, other establishments, and attractions are mostly open but may have some capacity limitations.

Updated January 19, 2022.

Some countries do require testing for entry regardless of the traveler’s vaccination status.  Please see your destination country tab below.

Please consider the following tips with regard to testing for entry into your destination country:

  • Consider the timing of your travel and the turnaround time for the test you’re getting to ensure it will be valid when you travel and schedule your test accordinglyFor example, most Walgreens say they can provide results on an ID NOW test within 24 hours and for transit in some countries you may need a test result from a sample within 48 hours of arrivalIn this caseideally you would test about 24 hours before your departure – if you can get results faster, you could test even just 12 hours before departure.
  • With respect to test type, we recommend a PCR or NAAT type test over the antigen type test.  European member states tend to have specific requirements for qualifying antigen tests, and it can be difficult to discern which will be sufficient.
  • We recommend that you bring the most complete document of your test results that is made available to youFor example, one testing provider we reviewed supplied 3 results: 1) on a webpage, 2) an “easy to read” PDF, and 3) the actual lab result as a PDFOnly the actual lab result included all the information required for the test to be used for re-entry into the US (more on that on the US re-entry tab below) or for entry into other countries. In general, we recommend you bring copies (paper and digital, if possible) of the most detailed test result you receive.

Updated January  19, 2022.

The United States and Canada each have testing requirements for travelers returning home.  Please see the respective Re-Entry tabs below for details on each country’s requirements.

Our general guidance with regard to testing for your return home:

  • We recommend staying an extra day after the end of the tour to allow for testing and the return of results prior to your departure.
  • You have a couple of options for testing at the end of your tour.
    • Once on tour, your tour leaders will provide a testing option for the end of the tour.
      • Our preference is to coordinate on-site testing at the last hotel or schedule appointments for our travelers at a nearby testing site.
      • If that’s not possible, tour leaders will provide all the necessary information on appointment requirements, pricing, and nearby testing locations to make it easy for travelers to test before their return trip.
    • You can bring along a self-test that you can administer.  Self-tests give you timing flexibility and a level of self-reliance, in case you’re traveling onwards after your tour and won’t be returning home right away at the end of the tour.
      • Please note that the US has specific requirements for self-tests conducted for re-entry.  Notably, they must be supervised and certified via a telehealth session.  See the US Re-Entry tab for more details.
      • This video from CityHealth does a great job of describing the self-test process.
      • Here is a full list of Self-Tests with Telehealth options for testing on return to the USA.

Updated January 19, 2022

For many airports, transiting passengers are not being allowed to leave the international zone and luggage must be checked through to the final destination.  Please review the requirements for any airports through which you may transit.

We are aware of particular requirements for transiting passengers in the following countries:

  • Argentina
    • Same as Entry Requirements, see tab for Argentina below.
  • Portugal
    • Same testing requirements as Entry.  See Portugal tab below.
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
    • Those who are fully vaccinated (i.e. have completed a full first vaccine course) and remain airside in the airport do not need to test or complete additional paperwork to transit the U.K.

Updated January 19, 2022.

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention currently has a Level 3 advisory in place for some of our destination countries due to COVID-19. The Level 3 advisory recommends travelers to “Make sure you are fully vaccinated before traveling to these destinations. Unvaccinated travelers should avoid nonessential travel to these destinations.”
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention currently has a Level 4 advisory in place for many of our destination countries due to COVID-19.  This advisory recommends travelers to “Avoid travel to these destinations. If you must travel to these destinations, make sure you are fully vaccinated before travel.”
  • These are advisories and not travel bans.  It is ultimately up to you, the individual traveler, to understand these advisories and to decide how comfortable you are with the risks posed by traveling.

Travel Insurance and Travel Advisories

We spoke to TravelEx (our recommended provider) and their coverage is not impacted by the presence or level of travel advisories (except for a few specific hot spots like North Korea, Syria, Iran that are not covered).  Full coverage will be available as usual. If you have travel insurance from another provider you might want to check with them directly.  Please remember, travel insurance generally doesn’t cover cancellations due to pandemics (such as COVID-19) or “fear of travel” – so, for example, you won’t be able to recover your costs from travel insurance if you cancel because of fear of COVID-19 or a change in the advisory level.

Updated January 19, 2022.

We have found the following websites to be good general resources for travel during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Unless otherwise noted in the tabs below, the requirements for our travelers from countries besides the United States (e.g. Canada, Australia, etc.) are likely the same.

We do our best to maintain accurate information regarding entry requirements for each country. However, regulations can change without notice. We recommend travelers familiarize themselves with entry requirements listed on the destination country’s official sites, as well as airline rules.  If you’re in doubt or the rules seem unclear, testing before departure is a good option.

Unless otherwise noted in the tabs below, the requirements for our travelers from countries besides the United States (e.g. Canada, Australia, etc.) are likely the same.

Updated February 28, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca).

Adapted from the US Embassy in Argentina:

  • U.S. citizens will be allowed to enter Argentina as from November 1, 2021 and will be excepted from quarantine so long as they have been fully vaccinated and the second dose has been given 14 days before arrival in Argentina. Argentine Authorities will require evidence of vaccination. See the Government Order here.
  • A negative COVID-19 PCR test administered no more than 72 hours prior to departure is required for all arriving international travelers.
  • Argentine immigration authorities require that all travelers entering or exiting Argentina submit an electronic sworn statement within the 48 hours before their arrival/departure. The form is available here.  Travelers may be required to present the confirmation e-mail they receive from this system to board a flight.
  • Argentine immigration authorities require that all travelers have evidence of medical travel insurance that includes hospitalization and quarantine coverage of COVID-19.

Exit Requirements

  • Argentina has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated Mar 21, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca).  If the last dose is more than 270 days before travel a booster is required and will extend the validity for an additional 270 days.  Recovery within 180 days of travel is also an option.

In Austria, where masks are worn, a medical grade N95 or KN95 masks is required.

Exit Requirements

  • Austria has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated March 21, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) within 270 days of travel or to have a booster which is valid indefinitely.

Exit Requirements

  • Beglium has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated March 21, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca).

Adapted from the US Embassy in Chile and Chile Travel:

  • Travelers to Chile must obtain a “Mobility Pass” prior to arriving in Chile.  Obtaining the Pass may take 4 weeks or more, so please complete the requirements well in advance of travel.  See more details on the Mobility Pass below.
  • Travelers (of all ages) will have to present three documents when boarding [many of our tours enter Chile via a land border but we expect the same general requirements]:
    • A completed “Affidavit of Travelers” electronic form (available at https://www.c19.cl/ and also known as a Sanitary Passport) prepared less than 48 hours before boarding [this will be facilitated prior to land border crossing into Chile];
    • Proof of a negative result from a PCR result from a test taken within 72 hours prior to boarding their final flight to Chile [this will be facilitated prior to land border crossing into Chile]; and 
    • Proof of a health insurance policy that provides coverage for COVID-19 and related health issues during the traveler’s stay in Chile. The health insurance must cover charges associated with COVID-19 during the traveler’s stay, with a coverage of USD $ 30,000 (minimum). All documents must be presented before boarding the flight to Chile.
  • The Chilean government regular checks in on arriving passengers to ensure that they are completing quarantine requirements. Failure to comply with quarantine requirements may result in fines or other legal action, including deportation (for non-residents).
  • Travelers must complete an online form with the Ministry of Health. Travelers will receive a daily health survey from the Ministry of Health for 14 days after arrival. The completion of this daily survey is mandatory. [The survey is emailed to travelers who complete the Affidavit above.]

Mobility Pass

  • Travelers to Chile must obtain a “Mobility Pass” (Pase de Movibilidad), verifying that they have completed a full course of vaccination against COVID-19.
  • The Mobility Pass must be obtained prior to arriving in Chile. Obtaining the Mobility Pass outside of Chile may take 4 weeks or more.
  • Some things to keep in mind as you apply for your Mobility Pass:
    • Application is good for travel within 45 days of submittal.  So we recommend applying about 40 days before the start of your trip.
    • The forms are bilingual Spanish/English but some rudimentary Spanish may be needed for items that were not translated.  For example, you’ll need to know the Spanish name for your country to select it from the drop-down (for most of our customers that will be Estados Unidos for the United States).
    • You will need to know the type of vaccine you received and the batch number which appears on your vaccine card.
    • You will need to know where you got vaccinated, as in the name of the pharmacy or vaccination site.
    • You have to upload a picture of your passport and a picture of the vaccination card.  The upload window is in Spanish but should be clear enough.  (Google Chrome and some other browsers may also be able to translate the text if you right click on it.)
  • Travelers vaccinated outside of Chile may obtain a Mobility Pass here.

Exit Requirements

  • Chile has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated March 21, 2022

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) or have a booster within 270 days of travel.  Travelers can also be recovered from COVID-19 and have received one dose of vaccine within eight months of contracting the virus, provided that the dose occured within 270 days of travel.

Adapted from the US Embassy in Croatia:

  • Entry for tourism is allowed only with documentary evidence of accommodation paid in advance and in full, prior to arrival at the border (the accommodation reservation alone is not sufficient for entry). ExperiencePlus! will provide a document certifying you have everything prepared for the dates of your trip.
  • Complete the Enter Croatia form prior to departing the US. This form will include uploading a photo or PDF of your vaccination certificate and will also require documentation of accommodations planned for your time in Croatia. ExperiencePlus! will help provide the information on the accommodations to help you complete this form.  If you are planning onward travels after your trip you will have to make sure you have the appropriate details for those days for the form.

Exit Requirements

  • Croatia does not have exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated March 21, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) within 270 days of travel or to have a booster which will be considered valid indefinitely.

Complete the Public Health Passenger Locator Form.

Exit Requirements

  • Czech Republic has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated February 28, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) within 270 days of travel or to have a booster which will be considered valid indefinitely.

Exit Requirements

  • Denmark has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated April 25, 2022

Entry Requirements

Travelers age 18 and over are required to have received a booster dose of an mRNA vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer) no later than 9 months after the second dose (the single dose for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine) to be considered fully vaccinated for entry into France.

A surgical mask or medical grade mask (FFP2, KN95, N95) is still required on flights into and within France.

Exit Requirements

  • France has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated February 28, 2022

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca).  Travelers can also be recovered by showing proof of previous infection through a positive PCR test, taken at least 28 days but no more than six months prior to travel.

Vaccine Documentation:

  • German establishments may require an EU Digital COVID Certificate – which documents a traveler’s vaccination, proof of recovery, and/or proof of a recent negative test – prior to entry.  It is our understanding from resources on the ground that documentation is rarely requested at this time.
  • German pharmacies can enter tourists into the EU Digital COVID Certificate system using their country’s proof of vaccination (e.g. US CDC Vaccination card).

Exit Requirements

  • Germany has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.

Updated March 21, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) within 270 days of travel or to have a booster which will be considered valid indefinitely. Travelers can also be recovered by showing proof of previous infection through a positive PCR test, taken at least 14 days but no more than six months prior to travel.

Vaccine documentation:

  • Greek establishments may require an EU Digital COVID Certificate – which documents a traveler’s vaccination, proof of recovery, and/or proof of a recent negative test – prior to entry.  It is our understanding from resources on the ground that documentation is rarely requested at this time.
  • The Greek Tourism Ministry has clarified by press release that travelers vaccinated  in countries that can’t participate in the EU Certificate program can enter businesses with printed or electronic versions of their country’s vaccination certificate.  US travelers should expect the US CDC card to be accepted but plan to be patient with businesses that are trying to comply with Greek health measures and may be unprepared to accept the CDC card.  Travelers are recommended to carry a copy of the press release to share with businesses that deny them entry.

Exit Requirements

  • Greece has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • Canadian travelers see the Canada Re-entry tab for information on returning to Canada.

Updated March 9, 2022.

Entry Requirements

ExperiencePlus! requires that its travelers (and tour leaders) be vaccinated. Please see the call-out box at the top of the page.

Exit Requirements

  • Hungary has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • Canadian travelers see the Canada Re-entry tab for information on returning to Canada.

Updated May 9, 2022

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) or a booster within 270 days of travel.  A medical certificate confirming recovery from COVID within 180 days before travel will also be accepted.

FFp2/KN95/N95 masks are required on all public transportation.

Exit Requirements

  • Italy has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated April 4, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) AND have a booster.

If you meet the conditions above and travel to the Netherlands, you will need to show the following documents to the Dutch border authorities:

Exit Requirements

  • Netherlands has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • Canadian travelers see the Canada Re-entry tab for information on returning to Canada.

Updated February 28, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) or to have recovered from COVID-19 within 180 days prior to arrival.

Exit Requirements

  • Poland has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • Canadian travelers see the Canada Re-entry tab for information on returning to Canada.

Updated May 9, 2022

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca).

Travelers to Portugal will be required to submit a negative SARSCoV-2 lab result of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT), for example a PCR test, performed in the last 72 hours or a rapid antigen test (TRAg), performed within 24 hours of boarding (from US Embassy in Portugal).

Please note:  Some airlines are communicating to passengers that testing is not required for entry into Portugal, presumably on the assumption that a certificate of vaccination is sufficient for entry.  The US Embassy is indicating that Portugal has not explicitly stated that US vaccination cards will be accepted for entry and recommends testing.  Therefore, ExperiencePlus! recommends you test as described above.

Exit Requirements

  • Portugal has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated February 28, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) or to have a booster within 270 days of travel.  Travelers who have recovered from COVID-19 within 180 days of travel and have at least one dose of vaccine are also allowed to enter.

Exit Requirements

  • Slovakia has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • Canadian travelers see the Canada Re-entry tab for information on returning to Canada.

Updated February 28, 2022

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) within 270 days of travel or to have a booster which will be considered valid indefinitely.  Proof of recovery within 180 days of travel and at least one dose of vaccine are also accepted for entry.

Medical grade masks (FFP2/N95/KN95) are required in indoor public spaces.

Exit Requirements

  • Slovenia does not have exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated February 28, 2022

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) within 270 days of travel or to have a booster which will be considered valid indefinitely.

Obtain a QR code generated through the Spain Travel Health portal, obtained through the website or by downloading the SpTH app in Google Play or App Store for each traveler.

Exit Requirements

  • Spain has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • See Canada Re-Entry tab for more details on re-entry into Canada.

Updated February 28, 2022.

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca).

Exit Requirements

  • Sweden has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • Canadian travelers see the Canada Re-entry tab for information on returning to Canada.

Updated February 28, 2022

Entry Requirements

Travelers are required to have completed a full first course of vaccination (1-dose: J&J; 2-dose: Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca) within 270 days of travel or to have a booster which will be considered valid indefinitely.

Exit Requirements

  • Switzerland has no exit requirements.
  • The United States does require a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entry.  See the United States tab for details.
  • Canadian travelers see the Canada Re-Entry tab.

Updated December 6, 2021.

Entry Requirements for Canada

Fully vaccinated travelers may be exempt from certain quarantine and testing requirements on return to Canada.  For full details, see the Government of Canada’s guidance for COVID-19 vaccinated travellers entering Canada.  This guidance includes determining if you are fully vaccinated, pre-entry and arrival testing requirements , and developing a quarantine plan (in case of symptoms developing or a positive test).

Please see the Testing for Return Home section above for more information about testing at the end of your trip.

Exit Requirements

  • Canada has no exit requirements.

Updated December 6, 2021.

Entry Requirements for United States

  • The US requires a negative COVID-19 test within ONE day prior to re-entering the US.
  • Please see the Testing for Return Home section above for more information about testing at the end of your trip.
  • General requirements of testing for US re-entry
    • It needs to be an antigen or NAAT test approved for use in the country you’re testing in.
    • The testing result report needs to include: type of test (indicating if is a NAAT or antigen test); entity issuing the result (e.g. laboratory, healthcare entity, or telehealth service); specimen collection date; information that identifies the person (full name plus at least one other identifier such as date of birth or passport number) and test result.
  • Self-test requirements
    • The test must be a SARS-CoV-2 viral test (nucleic acid amplification test [NAAT] or antigen test) with Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
    • The testing procedure must include a telehealth service affiliated with the manufacturer of the test that provides real-time supervision remotely through an audio and video connection. Some FDA-authorized self-tests that include a telehealth service may require a prescription.
    • The telehealth provider must confirm the person’s identity, observe the specimen collection and testing procedures, confirm the test result, and issue a report that meets the requirements of CDC’s Order (see “What information must be included in the test result?” below).
    • Airlines and other aircraft operators must be able to review and confirm the person’s identity and the test result details. The passenger must also be able to present the documentation of test results to U.S. officials at the port of entry and local/state health departments, if requested.
  • More information on the requirements from the CDC.

Exit Requirements

  • The United States has no exit requirements.

Maria Elena Price - Maria Elena Malpezzi-Price: 'M.E.' started her bicycle tour leading experiences as a 5 year old, translating ice cream flavors on our first Venice to Pisa tours. Since then, she's led tours in more than 10 countries (specializing in Spain, where she lived for more than a year). With a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and International Affairs and an MBA From the Leeds School of Business at University of Colorado, Boulder she manages the business and its development at the Fort Collins office in Colorado (and of course traveling to Europe in the summers). She loves going out on tour and hopes to manage to travel a bit even though now she is "in charge" of the Fort Collins office! You can e-mail her at MariaElena {at} ExperiencePlus.com.

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