The US has set a date to reopen its borders to vaccinated overseas guests – MainUpdates

The White House introduced Friday that the US is reopening its land and air borders to vaccinated overseas nationals on November eighth. State Department spokesman Ned Price mentioned at a press briefing that particulars will likely be out there forward of November eighth for airline passengers and people arriving at US land borders for what they’ll want to point out full proof of vaccination in opposition to COVID-19

As a part of pandemic restrictions, non-essential vacationers from greater than 30 international locations had been barred from coming into the US since March 2020. This newest information comes because the White House introduced Tuesday that the US was ending restrictions on the borders and ferry crossings with Mexico and Canada for overseas nationals vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19.

Canada started permitting vaccinated US guests into the nation for non-essential journey in August. Travelers looking for to enter Canada will likely be required to fill out a questionnaire utilizing the ArriveCAN app and have to show a quarantine plan in case they don’t meet Canada’s necessities for quarantine exemption.

Last month, the White House mentioned the US would finish restrictions on air journey from greater than 30 international locations in early November however didn’t present a date.

Non-US air vacationers will likely be required to point out proof of vaccination earlier than boarding a flight and proof of a latest adverse COVID-19 check. For overseas guests crossing into the US at a land border, solely proof of vaccination will likely be required.

Update October sixteenth 9:23AM ET: Adds affirmation from White House and remark from State Department

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