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With the November 8th like the date The United States reopens its borders international travelers, those planning to visit the territory need to be clear about the requirements that must be met to enter the country.
So far, this is what is known.
– In immigration matters, they will be able to enter the country who have the necessary documents for it. This is unchanged from what has been required since before the pandemic.
– They can travel to the United States fully vaccinated people against him covid-19, with any of the vaccines approved and authorized by the FDA and that appear on the Emergency Use List of the World Health Organization.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers a fully vaccinated person to be someone who received the second in a two-dose regimen two weeks ago, or who has received the drug in the case of a single dose two weeks ago. In both cases, people must have the power to accredit it with a official document of the country where they have been immunized.
Details about what will be considered a vaccination certificate valid.
– In the case of unvaccinated Americans wishing to enter the United States must undergo a screening test of covid-19 one day before their flight to the United States, and an additional one when they are in the country. The tests should be negative.
– CNN asked the Department of Homeland Security, which indicated that the vaccination requirement will not be applied to the children who are not eligible to be vaccinated. It remains for the corresponding authorities to specify whether the regulations apply to American and foreign children. This international travel system greatly restricts entry into the United States for unvaccinated foreigners. There will be “very limited” exceptions, but the details have yet to be revealed.