The United States has banned COVID-19’s 20-month travel ban in international media.
The United States plans to expand its range to foreign passengers only. While travel restrictions have been lifted in many areas, some city restrictions such as Hawaii, New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington remain in place. There is still face-to-face coverage in all of these areas. On the other hand, cities like San Francisco and New York have the right to vaccinate the public.
Here are some important tips you should know before planning a trip to America:
1) Currently, children aged 18 and under are excluded from immunization requirements.
2) Instead of full immunization, travelers will be required to complete a negative RT PCR test report of more than 72 hours.
3) Before allowing passengers to board, the airline will require them to review all documents and digital documents showing the immunization status of passengers.
4) Failure to review an airline could result in a fine of up to $ 35,000 for damage.
5) Documents can be processed via the mobile application of the aircraft.
6) Before booking a ticket, travelers must meet the CDC criteria for full vaccination.
7) Regardless of their city, all airlines that have boarded a vaccine will be tested.
8) A small number of unvaccinated international travelers must be tested for the vaccine within one day of departure or receive United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP testing).
9) The customs and security agents of the territory check the evidence of arriving passengers.
10) Passengers must provide proof of the purpose of their trip and prepare to be vaccinated.
11) The US accepts AstraZeneca, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, Covaxin, Pfizer / BioNTech, Sinovac and Sinopharm.