Last month, the United States finally decided to lift restrictions to international travel with the United Kingdom, the European Union, and other countries, will start in November, and vaccinated travelers. Today we have known the exact date as of November 8. The country will reopen its land and air borders to international passengers vaccinated with the complete guideline against COVID-19, as reported by the White House.
Former President Donald Trump started these travel restrictions during 2017-2021. It came into effect since the start of the pandemic in March 2020 to date. However, the new president, Joe Biden, who arrived at the White House in January last, is still maintaining.
White House spokesman Kevin Muñoz said that via his Twitter, the new travel policy, which requires vaccination for international travelers to the United States, will begin on November 8. Both international air and ground travel will apply This announcement and the date.
The US government had announced at the end of September. They will allow international travelers who are vaccinated fully to enter their country from the beginning of November. However, they had not specified particular date.
Also, he announced later about the lifting of restrictions on his land travel from Canada and Mexico, subject to the requirement of complete vaccination for next month, and without offering details.
This announcement implies that from November 8, Mexicans and other foreigners who want to enter the United States for visits are considered non-essential. As tourism or most family gatherings will do so from the land border, provided they have access to the complete vaccination schedule.
International travelers who are vaccinated and traveling from other countries subject to travel restrictions due to the pandemic so far may also do so. A list includes the 26 European states of the Schengen area -including Spain- and the United Kingdom, Ireland, Brazil, Iran, China, South Africa, and India.
All Vaccines Accepted At US
All vaccines licenses given by the World Health Organization (WHO) were accepted by the United States, including AstraZeneca.
Still, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have not yet specified whether they accept other vaccines that the WHO does not authorize. Moreover, it will be administering in Mexico, such as the Russian Sputnik V and the Chinese CanSino.
After the United States lift the restrictions, international travelers who are vaccinated fully. They should not comply with quarantine once they arrive in the United States. However, travelers must provide contact information to help to track in case of contagion.
Similarly, Americans who are not still vaccinated must present a negative test one day before they depart and be retested once in the United States.