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The United States has announced that it will lift restrictions on fully vaccinated foreign visitors

The United States has announced that it will lift restrictions on fully vaccinated foreign visitors

The United States announced on Friday that it would lift restrictions on fully vaccinated foreign visitors. The move comes into effect on November 8.

The move applies to travelers from nearly 30 European countries, as well as China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil.. Since March last year, anyone who has been in one of these countries for 14 days before coming to the United States has been barred from entering unless he or she is an American or a resident.

For air travel, the visitor must present two vouchers: You had a single dose of the vaccine or a second dose of other vaccines at least two weeks ago; And a test with a negative result by Govt, done 72 hours ago. At the airport, vouchers will be checked at the airport before boarding.

Vaccines used in the United States and approved by the World Health Organization will be accepted, according to the U.S. government. This includes all vaccines used in Brazil, such as AstraZeneca and Coronavac. News eagerly awaited by tourists and Americans. New York is one of the cities that has missed the audience and is ready to welcome them back.

Nearly half of Broadway’s 41 theaters have reopened to 100% capacity. The resumption of the tourism sector is what, before the epidemic, moved the city over $ 46 billion a year. Sales fell 75% last year.

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