US publishes full entry requirements travelers should know by November 8



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As the United States reopens to the world, the United States has announcement its full entry requirements for a reopening on November 8. The United States has been closed for non-essential travel since the start of the pandemic, but the country is expected to reopen in two weeks.

Federal health officials today offered airlines and travelers more details on entry requirements, including news that children under 18 will not need to be fully immunized. But they will need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 taken 72 hours before arrival if traveling with fully vaccinated adults.

The White House said in a statement, “With science and public health as a guide, the United States has developed a new international air transport system that both improves the safety of Americans here at home and improves the safety of Americans. international air travel. “

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Full entry requirements for international travelers

The United States will reopen To travelers from the following countries on November 8:

  • China
  • India
  • Iran
  • Brazil
  • South Africa
  • UK
  • Republic of Ireland
  • The European Schengen area: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal , Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City

Airlines will collect personal information from all travelers to contact tracing purposes. The government will require airlines to keep information on their system for 30 days to allow health officials to track all travelers exposed to COVID-19.

Vaccination requirements

Foreign travelers will be able to enter the United States if they can show proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days departing to the United States

The U.S. government said exemptions from vaccine requirements would be rare, but travelers under 18 and travelers from countries with low vaccination – such as less than 10 percent of the vaccinated population – would be exempt from the vaccination requirement.

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The White House said in a statement: “For anyone traveling to the United States who cannot demonstrate full proof of vaccination, they will need to produce documentation of a negative test within one day of departure.”

The US government will not require children less than two take a COVID-19 test before departure, but older children 2 to 17 will need a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of departure to the United States if traveling with fully vaccinated adults.

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If children under 18 are not traveling with fully vaccinated adults, they will need to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within one day starting point.

Travelers with various medical conditions, including people who have had severe anaphylactic reactions to the COVID vaccine will be exempt compulsory vaccination.

The United States will authorize all vaccines that the WHO approved for emergency use boarding planes bound for the United States.

Travelers will need to wear masks when traveling to the United States, but there are no quarantine warrant for arrivals from the above nations.

A senior White House official said in a briefing Monday: “These are strict security protocols that follow public health science to improve the safety of Americans here at home and the safety of international air travel.”

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Restrictions on land borders between Mexico and Canada

The new travel rules will affect all foreign tourists entering by land or ferry from Canada and Mexico. Fully vaccinated travelers will be able to cross the border for non-essential purposes from November 8.

However, entry rules will change in January when all travelers, including those traveling for essential purposes, will be required to show full proof of vaccination.

Travelers can now fully plan their trips to the United States after a painful 19-month shutdown.

Read more:

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Everything British and European travelers need to know about reopening the United States for tourism

CDC says it’s okay for vaccinated people to travel during the holiday season

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