The White House said Friday that beginning November 8, foreigners who are fully vaccinated may start traveling to the U.S.
The move and date applies to both international air travel and land travel, according to White House assistant press secretary Kevin Munoz, per Just the News.
The US’ new travel policy that requires vaccination for foreign national travelers to the United States will begin on Nov 8. This announcement and date applies to both international air travel and land travel. This policy is guided by public health, stringent, and consistent. https://t.co/uaDiVrjtqi
— Kevin Munoz (@KMunoz46) October 15, 2021
As previously reported by Human Events News, earlier this week, the Biden administration announced it will ease COVID-19 travel restrictions on land-border crossings from Canada and Mexico, and will require foreign nationals traveling into the U.S. for non-essential reasons to show proof of vaccine starting in November.
Indeed, for the first time in almost two years, travelers from Canada and Mexico will be able to travel into the U.S. at its border crossings for non-essential reasons like shopping or visiting family and friends, so long as they are vaccinated. Mexican and Canadian citizens were always allowed to enter for essential reasons, such as attending school.