In the anticipated measure, which tends to loosen restrictions on access to the territory, the Biden administration will encourage a change in admission policies to include as a condition that, with some specific exceptions, everyone who wants to enter the United States must attend. Proof of vaccination.
According to the Associated Press,It has not yet been determined how and when the measure will be implemented, but sources close to the US government have indicated that following the decision all foreign nationals entering the country, with some limited exceptions already identified, are expected to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter the United States.
So far, travelers to the United States must submit a negative COVID-19 test done within three days prior to travel, regardless of vaccination status.
Under current regulations, non-residents of the United States who have visited China, the European Schengen Area, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Brazil, South Africa and India in the past 14 days are prohibited from entering the United States.
In recent months, due to delays in vaccination programs observed in different countries of the region, the demand for express flights to the United States has grown significantly. Although so-called “vaccine tourism” is already in a downturn, partly because of measures taken by governments to improve the flow of vaccines and partly because of increased entry restrictions to countries of origin, this measure would prevent entry for those seeking vaccination in the states. United.
The procedure, if implemented, will allow entry to passengers with proof of vaccination. To date, he has not been informed of the document to be submitted which is sufficient evidence, and although it has been discounted that it would be an unavoidable requirement – if the calendar had to be complete and with a margin of 15 days from the date of the last dose received.
News under development.