The new policy focuses on vaccination as a major requirement to travel to the US
President Joe Biden has signed an order detailing the new travel policies, which will come into effect on November 8….
President Joe Biden has signed an order detailing the new travel policies, which will come into effect on November 8. In an attempt to “move away from country-by-country restrictions previously applied during the COVID-19 pandemic”, the US government will impose a new worldwide travel restriction policy that focuses heavily on vaccination as a requirement to travel, the White House has said.
Foreign national air travelers to the US will be required to be fully vaccinated & to provide proof of vaccination status prior to boarding an airplane to the US. New vaccination policy will go into effect for international travelers on November 8.
The rules bar most non-US citizens who within the last 14 days have been in Britain, the 26 Schengen countries in Europe without border controls, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil.
What people are saying?
Lauren Kay NACI is the problem. They play politics and don’t follow the science. We’re the only country in the Western world left high and dry as far as booster shots because of NACI. The U.S., the UK and the EU are giving booster shots, but in Canada we got NACI on the way unfortunately.
Nick But yet to the very same Biden administration it’s perfectly ok for unvaccinated ILLEGAL immigrants to stroll across the southern US border en masse, and then be relocated to all corners of US communities after they’re caught instead of being held or sent back.