U.S. Easing Travel Restrictions for Vaccinated International Tourists
Travelers will need to show proof of vaccination prior to boarding U.S.-bound planes
The United States announced a new international air travel system Monday, opening travel for all vaccinated foreign nationals in early November, including those currently impacted by the U.S. travel ban.
"Most importantly, foreign nationals flying to the U.S. will be required to be fully vaccinated," said White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Jeff Zients.
Travelers will need to show proof of vaccination prior to boarding U.S.-bound planes. A COVID-19 test will also continue to be required within three days of departure and proof of negative results must be shown. Enhanced contact tracing and masking will also be required, but there will be no quarantine mandate.
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