US to end travel ban for fully vaccinated passengers in early November
France24 says the United States will re-open to air passengers from China, India, Britain and other European countries who have received Covid-19 vaccines in early November, the White House said Monday, rolling back tough pandemic-related travel restrictions that started early last year.
The White House plans to allow non-US citizen travellers from countries who have been barred from the United States since early 2020 as it moves to the new requirements, White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Zients said.
The US restrictions were first imposed on travelers from China in January 2020 by then-president Donald Trump and extended to other countries in the following months, without any clear metrics for how and when to lift them.
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