United States: United States / Mexico / Canada: New Protocols for Fully Vaccinated Travelers
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- Vaccinated travelers can travel to the United States by land and ferry starting in November
- As of January, all foreign nationals entering the United States must be fully immunized and provide proof of vaccination
United States Homeland Security (DHS) announcement that non-essential travelers, who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and can present the appropriate documents and proof of vaccination, will be permitted to enter the United States through land and sea ports of entry (POE) at from November 2021. This includes travel to visit family and friends and for sightseeing. In January 2022, DHS will require all foreign nationals entering the United States by land or ferry to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination, whether the travel is for essential or non-essential purposes.
What are the changes?
Starting in November, non-essential travel for fully vaccinated travelers will be permitted for travelers entering through a land entry point or ferry. In January, all foreign nationals entering the United States will need to be fully immunized and provide proof of vaccination.
Keep checking the Envoy website for other updates and additional information.
Originally published October 14, 2021.
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