It’s been practically 20 months for the reason that United States (like most nations) put a ban on international travelers from flying into the nation. But as of as we speak, these bans are lastly being lifted for some nations, reports Reuters. From November 8, non-U.S. residents will now have the ability to fly to America from the EU, U.Okay., China, Brazil, India, South Africa, and Iran.
However, as CNBC notes, travelers from these nations will nonetheless need to meet the next necessities:
- Proof of full vaccination: all allowed international travelers shall be required to have been absolutely vaccinated at the very least two weeks earlier than their flight.
- Only sure vaccines depend: the U.S. will solely acknowledge sure forms of vaccines, together with Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Covishield, Sinopharm, and Sinovac. If travelers are vaccinated with different vaccines, they won’t be allowed to board the flight to the U.S.
- A COVID-19 check earlier than journey: all travelers who can present proof of full vaccination should additionally present proof of a damaging fast antigen or PCR Covid-19 check taken not more than 72 hours earlier than journey.
CNBC additionally factors out that there are exemptions to the foundations. Minors shall be exempt as not all nations have approved vaccination in these beneath 18. However, minors will nonetheless be required to have a damaging Covid-19 check taken not more than 72 hours earlier than the flight. People from sure nations which have low vaccination charges may also be exempt. But once more, they’ll nonetheless need to present a damaging Covid-19 check taken not more than 72 hours earlier than the flight.
And U.S. residents are additionally exempt from the ban, nevertheless, if a U.S. citizen just isn’t absolutely vaccinated, they’ll need to present proof of a damaging fast antigen or PCR Covid-19 check taken not more than 24 hours earlier than journey (not the three days allowed for absolutely vaccinated travelers).