US to lift travel ban for EU and UK citizens in November

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Vaccinated and examined travellers from the European Union and the UK shall be allowed into the US once more from November, the White Home introduced on Monday.
The US will reopen to totally vaccinated travellers from 33 international locations together with India, Brazil and the 27 EU Member States, report native media.

“Vaccinated, pre-flight examined Europeans will once more be capable to journey to the US from November, simply as vaccinated People are in the present day allowed to journey to the EU,” introduced the US Ambassador to the EU, Stavros Lambrinidis, on Twitter.

Journey ban lifted!
Vaccinated, pre-flight examined Europeans will once more be capable to journey to the US from November, simply as vaccinated People are in the present day allowed to journey to the EU. https://t.co/XPwtvlMBWw…
— Ambassador Stavros Lambrinidis 🇪🇺 (@EUAmbUS) September 20, 2021
To journey to the US, travellers will want proof of each vaccination and a destructive Covid-19 take a look at, taken inside 3 days of departure. Moreover, the US authorities requires travellers to put on a masks and to cooperate with in depth contact tracing.
Quarantine, nonetheless, just isn’t needed.
Covid-19 response coordinator on the White Home Jeff Zients, who introduced the information, stated that “vaccination is the perfect weapon in our arsenal to maintain folks protected and cease the unfold of the virus.”
By November, the US Centre for Illness Management and Prevention (CDC) will publish an inventory of vaccines that the US will settle for.

Within the meantime, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson responded to the lifting of the journey ban, calling it “a implausible increase for enterprise and commerce.”

I’m delighted that from November, @POTUS is reinstating transatlantic journey so absolutely vaccinated UK nationals can go to the USA.
It’s a implausible increase for enterprise and commerce, and nice that household and buddies on each side of the pond might be reunited as soon as once more.
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— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) September 20, 2021

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