US lifts travel ban; Those who have received two doses of the vaccine can enter

The United States has lifted travel bans
The United States has lifted travel bans

The United States has lifted travel bans on a number of foreign countries, including India. The Joe Biden government has announced that those who have received two doses of the covid vaccine will be allowed to travel to the United States. The new rules will take effect from November. But traffic controls to Canada and Mexico will continue.

Announcing the new rules of the Biden government, the White House Covid Coordinator said that all foreign nationals travelling to the United States must present the full Dos Kovid vaccine document before boarding.

The Covid Negative document must be submitted three days before departure. For the past year, the United States has imposed a travel ban on citizens of several countries, including China and India. New vaccination conditions have been announced by removing this. The White House said those who have been fully vaccinated do not need quarantine.

At the same time, it removes the restriction that had been in place for 18 months. The travel ban was imposed by then-President Donald Trump since Kovid erupted.

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