Covid-19: Welcome foreign travellers to America from today
The United States will begin accepting foreign travelers by land and air from Monday, 20 months after it closed its doors to combat COVID-19. But they must be fully vaccinated in order to gain admission. All non-US and non-US travelers are required to show proof of vaccination before being allowed by airlines to board US-bound flights. Exceptions are children under the age of 18, participants in clinical trials, persons with certain contraindications to the vaccine, and those traveling in emergencies or for humanitarian reasons certified by the US Government. , Which is issued in accordance with the protocol. In October the US government will still have to test them for COVID-19, except for children under 2 years of age. The airlines were responsible for implementing the new flight. "As we release a series of documents related to international air travel, we are taking an important step in the operation of this new system, which will help airlines and passengers to be ready by November 8 and to move smoothly to the new system. Will help. "The senior Biden administration official told reporters while reviewing the rules. As previously reported by the newspaper under the new protocol, airlines are required by travellers to submit proof of vaccination issued by an official source - for example, the public health agency, government agency - in the country where the vaccine is available. All travellers - both US citizens, non-citizens, immigrants and non-immigrants - must undergo a negative test for COVID-19 within the last 24 hours of the travel date.