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The government of the USA decided to lift the curbs and restrictions for the international travelers who are fully vaccinated from November 8th. All the people will have to produce a negative coronavirus report test before boarding the flight to the USA announced the White House. The updated travel guidelines are issued recently for the international travelers of all the countries. A senior official of the White House told that the foreign nationals should be fully vaccinated under the new international air travel system. Strengthening contact tracing, enhanced testing requirements and masking are needed as per the law. This new system is to ensure the safety of the Americans told the official.
All the non-citizens and non-immigrant air travelers arriving to the United States of America from November 8th have to be fully vaccinated and the proof of vaccination status has to be produced before they board their respective flights to the USA told the officials. With this move, the USA will lift the restrictions to all the countries of the globe. The airlines will have to match their name in the ticket and the vaccination certificate told the officials. The same requirement will be applicable for Americans as well.
If a person traveling to USA fails to show the proof of full vaccination, he or she should produce the documentation of a negative test within one day of departure. All the children below the age of 18 will have to take the pre-departure test.
By Siva Kumar