Coronavirus: US to re-allow vaccinated travelers from Canada and Mexico

The United States will open its land borders with Mexico and Canada from November for fully vaccinated people, a senior White House official confirmed.


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LThe Biden government has informed members of Congress of its decision to lift travel restrictions that had been imposed from neighboring countries to the north and south since the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020. An exact date has yet to be known. confirmed for the lifting of restrictions on travelers from Canada and Mexico.

The United States will open “in early November” its land borders with Mexico and Canada to travelers vaccinated against Covid-19 and making trips deemed non-essential, a senior White House official announced on Wednesday.

At the end of September, the White House had already indicated that travelers vaccinated from the EU and the United Kingdom were again welcome in the United States. But this announcement is also not associated with a clear timetable.


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