U.S. Lifts COVID-19 Ban on Foreign Travelers

09/21/2021 10:22 AM | Anonymous

Starting in November, the U.S. will open the country to fully vaccinated foreign visitors from 33 countries with proof of full vaccination and a negative coronovirus test within three days of their arrival date.  Many Americans have been seperated from family who are not U.S. citizens during the pandamic.  Unvaccinated Americans who wish to enter the U.S. will now be able to do so but will face strict testing requirements.  Unvaccinated foreigners will still be barred from entering the U.S. 

The CDC will issue quidelines to airlines, which will include the collection of travelers'  phone numbers and addresses to facilitate contract-tracing.

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