The requirements related to the presentation of a vaccination certificate will provide for some exceptions.
In early November, the United States will open its borders to vaccinated air passengers from China, India, the United Kingdom, and many European countries. The White House coordinator for the fight against coronavirus, Jeff Zients, said on Monday.
According to him, under the new system of rules, the White House plans to allow entry to non-American citizens from countries for which the U.S. borders have been closed since the beginning of 2020.
Representatives of the authorities also report that the requirements for presenting a vaccination certificate will provide for some exceptions.
Currently, entry to the United States is prohibited for most citizens of other countries who have been in the UK, 26 Schengen countries, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran, and Brazil during the previous 14 days.