The U.S. government is ending entry restrictions for travelers from anywhere in the world who present evidence of a full vaccine against Govt-19. The ban is expected to take place in early November, according to White House Epidemic Response Coordinator Jeff Giants. “International travel is important to connect with family and friends, to promote big and small businesses, and to exchange ideas and culture,” Giants said today. In addition to vaccine evidence, passengers must submit a negative test for the new corona virus created three days before boarding.
Airlines are required to register the telephone numbers and addresses of all travelers in the United States to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A few days after arrival, visitors from outside the United States will be approached to notify US authorities if there are any signs other than Govt-19.
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