Covid, the US reopens borders on November 8 for vaccinated tourists

October 16, 2021 4:12 pm

Travelers will have to prove that they have received both doses and arrive with a negative result of the Covid test carried out in the previous three days

The American administration of Joe Biden therefore, it reopens the borders to those who are fully vaccinated even for non-essential travel, putting an end to a blockade that, due to the Covid pandemic, has lasted for over 18 months. Travel by land, train, and ferry between the United States, Canada and Mexico has largely been limited to essential travel, such as for trade, since the early days of the pandemic.

How to get around – Travelers will have to show proof of being fully vaccinated, arrive with a negative result of the Covid-19 test carried out in the previous three days, wear the mask all the time, communicate email and telephone number so that they can be identified for tracking.

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