US to Allow Travelers Who Received Mixed Covid-19 Vaccine Doses


The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced, the people who have received the doses of the two different novel corona virus vaccines are going to qualify as the fully vaccinated when the United States has been reopening the land borders for the non-essential travel in the coming month.

The US CDC has also made the announcement, that has been capping a whirlwind week of the developments that has been signalling the imminent end of the 19 months of the travel restrictions of North America, which was induced by the novel corona virus pandemic.

The travelers who received any combined doses of the two novel corona virus vaccines that are approved either by the US FDA or the World Health Organization (WHO) are going to be considered as fully vaccinated. The US CDC also said, as it has not recommended the mixing types of the novel corona virus vaccine in a primary series, as they have been recognizing that, this has increasingly been common in many of the other countries so it should be approved for the analysis of the corona virus records.

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The US CDC has already given authorization to the international travelers, who has received the AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine, but it has not given any confirmation regarding the same policy for those travelers, that are entering into the United States by land, and previously, the officials of the US government said, the new rules are going to come into effect from 8th November 2021, in both, the land borders of the country and also for the people arriving in the United States from many overseas countries.