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Non-essential air travel into the US allowed for the fully vaccinated

US reopens borders for vaccinated tourists. Non-essential air travel reopened.

Where: United States

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Starting November 8th, non-essential air travel by fully vaccinated non-US citizens and non-immigrant passengers into the US will be allowed.

The CDC stated, “For purposes of entry into the United States, vaccines accepted will include FDA approved or authorized and WHO Emergency Use Listing vaccines.”

All air travelers (two years and older) will be required to show proof of complete vaccination against the COVID-19. Limited exceptions to the rule are allowed, and additional proof of eligibility will be required.

International air travelers (two years and older) will also be required to show a COVID-19 negative viral test report while boarding a flight bound to the US, irrespective of their vaccination status.

Persons that recently recovered from COVID-19 will be required to submit relevant documentation of recovery instead.

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