You are United State All international travel restrictions will be lifted from November to foreign adults Who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19President’s government announced Joe Biden This Monday (20).
The measure applies to all countries, including Brazil, and replaces the current system, which restricts the flight of foreigners from certain countries and imposes other restrictions, such as mandatory quarantines.
The White House said the decision would go into effect “beginning in early November,” without specifying a date. Not yet informed of which vaccines will be accepted (see below).
According to the statement, Foreigners traveling to the United States must be fully immunized and provide proof of vaccination before boarding the plane.
In addition to, The state will maintain the requirement that a passenger submit a negative Covid-19 test taken up to 3 days before boarding the flight..
Vaccines approved in the United States
According to the White House, Center for Disease Control The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be consulted to guide the types of immunization that will be accepted.
Currently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is “fully immune” to Covid-19 who have had vaccinations approved for emergency use in the country.: From Pfizer, Moderna, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine).
- two weeks after the second dose of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines;
- 2 weeks after a single dose of Janssen vaccine.
CDC’s website on international travel Make a reservation and say so “Head too he can It is applied to Covid-19 vaccines that have been listed for emergency use before World Health Organization (such as the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine)”.
Among the WHO-approved vaccines, CoronaVac, A vaccine by the Chinese manufacturer Sinovac that is produced and distributed in Brazil in partnership with the Butantan Institute. But on the CDC website, there is no mention of CoronaVac or any other vaccines than AstraZeneca.
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