The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday it is not recommending COVID-19 tests for domestic air travel.

Federal officials said this week that they had been considering making it a requirement.

For now, the agency will continue to review options for containing the spread of the virus on planes.

Even though there is no test recommendation, the CDC does not encourage people to travel during the pandemic.

Previously in New York, travelers to the state would need to quarantine for 14 days, unless certain criteria were met.

Now, travelers must test negative for COVID-19 three days before coming into the state and then once again test negative after three days of entering New York.