Fully vaccinated foreign visitors can start entering US on November 8 - White House

COVID-19 travel restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign nationals will be lifted by the United States on November 8.

Restrictions were first imposed on Chinese air travelers in January 2020 by then-President Donald Trump, and they were then extended to dozens of other countries, with no clear metrics for how and when they would be lifted.

Unvaccinated visitors will still be denied entry into the United States at land borders from Canada or Mexico.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told Reuters last week that the US will accept the use of vaccines authorized by US regulators or the World Health Organization by international visitors.

Beginning Nov. 8, the United States will accept fully vaccinated foreign air travelers from Europe's 26 so-called Schengen countries.

The new rules eliminate the need for foreign visitors or Americans entering the country to be quarantined. The CDC intends to issue new contact tracing rules for international air travelers soon.


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