In the continuation of the link between international travel and Govt-19, there is a new demand for international travel: as of December 6, 2021, travelers over the age of 2 arriving in the United States must provide a negative Govt. -19 test. This test should not be done more than one day before the trip. Patients with Govt-19 should have documentation proving that they have recovered within 90 days from the date of travel. It does not matter the legal status of the person traveling to the United States.
Many people are complaining about the new application. But the new measure is far better than the November 26 restrictions on entry into the United States by people from Botswana, Ezwatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. The United States, as in other parts of the world, is struggling to keep its economy open, considering the new Ômicron variant.
Given the American political, social and economic context, there must be a major shift in the path of the epidemic to return to full border closure. The perspective is that strategies such as more negative tests, evidence for the vaccine, and more active control of persons entering the United States will be used as a means of controlling the spread of Covit-19 and its variants in the United States. .
By: Dr. Flavia Santos Lloyd.
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