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Coronavirus

U.S. to allow vaccinated foreign travelers in November

Biden administration to lift ban on travel from China, EU and elsewhere

Passengers queue at Los Angeles International Airport in May. There will be no quarantine mandate for vaccinated visitors under the loosened travel rules.   © Reuters

NEW YORK -- The U.S. will allow fully vaccinated foreign travelers to enter the country starting in November, according to the White House COVID-19 coordinator.

Travelers will have to show proof of vaccination before boarding any plane flying to the U.S., as well as proof of a negative COVID-19 test within three days of departure. There will be no quarantine mandate. Unvaccinated Americans returning from abroad will face stricter testing requirements.

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