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The United States Government reported this Monday that it will allow entry to the country of travelers from the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU) who are vaccinated with the full schedule from November.
Frontera México – Estados Unidos.
According to the Expansión site, Jeff Zients, head of the response team against COVID-19 at the White House, announced that travelers must show proof of vaccination and a negative test carried out three days before entering the country.
Travel restrictions to the United States had been in effect and unchanged since March 2020.
These are the new measures to enter the United States
Starting in November, travelers entering the United States – whether they are residents returning to the country or business travelers – must present their vaccination certificate and a negative COVID test taken three days before entering.
If it is a resident who has not been vaccinated, you will need to submit a negative COVID-19 test one day before your return trip and another as soon as you arrive in the United States.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will issue an order for the airlines to collect the information of the passengers (telephone numbers and email address) to be in contact with the passenger in case of a case of COVID-19.
And Mexico and Canada?
For North American countries with land borders with the United States, the White House said it will extend restrictions on non-essential travel (such as tourism) until October 21.
The Ministry of Foreign Relations (SRE) of Mexico pointed out in its social networks since July 7 that the US government clarified that “neither the entry of travelers to its territory nor the eventual reopening of the common border are conditioned on the use of specific rates of vaccine “.
The US government has clarified to us that neither the entry of travelers into its territory nor the eventual reopening of the common border is conditioned on the use of specific types of vaccine.
– Foreign Relations (@SRE_mx) July 7, 2021
With information from EFE and Reuters.