The United States will lift restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico for fully vaccinated foreign nationals in early November, CNN and NBC News reported, citing Biden administration officials. The reopening would end a ban on non-essential travel in place since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mexican President López Obrador cheers US decision to open shared border in November to fully vaccinated, legal travelers after more than a year of pandemic restrictions, but says the precise date is still being worked out.
The White House confirmed Tuesday night that fully vaccinated visitors from Canada will be welcomed at land border crossings next month; however, officials would not specify what vaccines would be accepted or if mixed doses will meet eligibility tests.
What people are saying?
Rockey 1954 Im not sure if im welcomed into the US. I got my first shot as Astra Zeneca and second Medora. Time will tell if ppl with mixed shots are welcomed or not.
Liz Culmone Not really sure I want to anymore. It’s not even about Covid… very disappointed with so many narcissistic views. They don’t appear to be as friendly as I once believed.