A sigh of relief to vaccinated international travelers

US to ease travel restrictions for vaccinated travelers

The United States of America is set to ease the ban for fully vaccinated travelers by November. Travelers still need to show the full vaccination proof to their respective boarding points at least within three days before the flight’s scheduled departure.

Apart from that, travelers must show a health document that can prove the traveler is tested negative against COVID-19. With the US to ease travel restrictions for vaccinated travelers, travelers can pack their bags and plan a vacation while following all the necessary precautionary measures.

What does the US new policy hold for travelers?

With effective vaccination and strict protocols in effect, it is possible to stop the spread of COVID-19. As per the US new policy, there is no initial quarantine mandatory for fully vaccinated travelers. But there are some strict conditions as mentioned below that needs to be followed by all the travelers-

  1. Face masking is mandatory no matter if you are fully, partially, or not vaccinated.
  2. The new policy suggests that non-vaccinated travelers get tested one day before the scheduled departure and after arrival at the destination.
  3. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will soon release a list of vaccinations that are made valid based on their effectiveness.
  4. Whether vaccinated or not, all the travelers are subjected to all the CDC’s requirements to maintain a safe environment for others.
  5. Pre-flight tested and vaccinated travelers are allowed to travel from Europe to the United States from November.
  6. Non-citizens who wish to visit the United States must show vaccination proof, including the negative COVID-19 report, after reaching the airport.

A sigh of relief to vaccinated international travelers by November to keep the record of the health status of its citizens against COVID-19 or any other dreadful pathogens. The non-vaccinated travelers might have to go through some stringent policies set across by the state.