Over the past year and a half, the U.S. has implemented travel restrictions for those visiting from other countries, preventing most non-U.S. citizens from traveling to the country.
Recently, however, the U.S. has shared that it will change these restrictions and once again allow international travel by air or land. I, we now have a complete view of what the restrictions will and will not involve!
According to NBC News, the The Biden administration has released new guidelines for international travel for both unvaccinated U.S. citizens and foreign travelers, adding groups that will be exempt.
The new policy will will take effect on November 8th and will require that all international visitors be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The vaccination test (and any other test requirements) must be shown before boarding the aircraft and all vaccines approved by the World Health Organization will be accepted, regardless of whether they are approved in the US
The new guidelines describe a few exceptions to this rule, despite this. For example, those traveling from countries with a vaccination rate of less than 10% will also need to “provide a compelling reason to travel to the U.S.” In addition, those under the age of 18, with “certain medical conditions.” , ”clinical trial participants and those who“ travel little in advance ”will also be included in the exemption.
As to U.S. citizens and other long-term residents, the new guidelines are a little stricter for those who are not vaccinated and will now require them provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test one day before traveling back to the United States. Previously, the requirement was within three days of the trip.
Of course, we’ll be waiting for more news and travel information, so follow AllEars for more information on the latest news!
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