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World COVID-19: The United States will reopen their borders in November

23:05  20 september  2021
23:05  20 september  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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R Progressive etour to normal life? From the beginning of November, travelers around the world will be able to enter the United States again. Tourists and travelers will have to present a complete vaccination certificate and a negative test of less than three days. They will also be required to wear a mask during their trips, even if the latter is no longer mandatory, outdoors and indoors, for the premises.

finally, said Monday, September 20, Jeff Zients, coordinator of the fight against the White House Pandemic, travelers wishing to enter the United States will have to communicate their contact information to the airlines, so that they can contact them in case of bad viral surprise.

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of the restrictions in place for a year and a half

Washington rises the restrictions that weighed since March 2020 Travelers from the European Union, the United Kingdom or China, and then apply, later to India and Brazil. Jeff Zients emphasized that this decision, which intervenes in a context of great tension between France and the United States, was "dictated by science".

The United States took the time, according to it, to put in place a global system based on "individuals", and not on differences in treatment according to the countries of origin. He did not immediately indicate which vaccines would be recognized by the United States to enable the entry of travelers. The Joe Biden pandemic coordinator also stated that unvaccinated Americans who would come back to the United States after a stay abroad would be subject to even more stringent test obligations.

It will be asked to be tested in the day preceding their return, and to be tested again after arriving on the American soil. The White House has hardened the tone in recent weeks and multiplied the ads to impose vaccination where the federal authorities have the means. However, it does not have one of the most drastic decisions in its power, which imposes immunization on domestic flights in the United States.

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