Biden issuing new order lifting COVID-19 travel restrictions, imposing vaccine rules -Breaking
WASHINGTON (Reuters] – U.S. president Joe Biden has issued an order Monday imposing additional vaccine requirements for all foreign nationals travelling to the United States on air. The new regulations will take effect Nov. 8th.
Biden will also lift restrictions that were in effect since the beginning of 2020 and prevented most citizens other than Americans from travelling to the United States. These restrictions had been in place from countries like China, India South Africa, Brazil, Brazil, South Africa, Brazil, or many parts of Europe. These restrictions also will expire Nov. 8.
White House confirms that the vaccine exemption for children aged under 18 is not applicable to people who have certain medical conditions or are not vaccinated. Travelers from around 50 other countries, with a lower than 10% national vaccination rate, will be exempted from these rules. If they plan to stay in the United States more than 60 days, those who are granted an exemption from these rules will need to get vaccinated.
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