Covid-19: To go to the United States, one needs to get fully vaccinated
According to a new protocol issued by the Biden administration on Monday, Indians wishing to fly to the United States from November 8 must be fully vaccinated against all incoming non-citizen and immigrant international travelers. Children under the age of 18 participate in clinical trials, as well as individuals with certain contraindications to the vaccine and those who need to travel for emergencies or for humanitarian reasons. Those seeking government will be exempt. Except for children under 2 years of age, they still need to be tested for covid-19. The responsibility for enforcing the new travel regulations, previously announced but has now come into force, rests with the airlines that carry passengers into the United States, just as they enforce the mandatory test requirement. "We are taking an important step in the implementation of this new system, as it will allow airlines and passengers to be ready by November 8 and transition smoothly to the new system by issuing a series of documents related to international air travel. A senior official of the Biden Administration told reporters while previewing the regulations.