US to Lift Covid-19 Travel Ban for Vaccinated International Travelers


On Monday, 20th September 2021, the government of the United States said, the country is going to be easing the corona virus travel ban for the international travelers, who are fully vaccinated against the novel corona virus in the month of November 2021, which is also including those people coming from the European Union and United Kingdom.

Jeff Zients, who is leading the covid-19 response efforts of the United States for the US government said, the international travelers visiting the country will have to show a proof of the corona virus vaccination and also a negative corona virus test, which has been taken within three days of their departure.

These new changes are going to be coming into effect in the month of November 2021, that the airline industry is expecting is going to spur the holiday bookings, and Jeff Zients also said, the international travelers must have to show the proof of vaccination prior to boarding the airplane bound to the United States.

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The airplanes along with several other travel industry groups or companies have also demanded the United States government for lifting the travel restrictions for months, and the administration of Donald Trump had firstly issued the rules, that are now applied to over 30 countries in the month of March 2020.

 The administration of Joe Biden has also been tightening the rules for the unvaccinated citizens of the United States that are returning back, and they need to get tested for the novel corona virus one day before their departure and also, they have to test again after returning to the United States.