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Recently Recovered Covid Patients Will Be Conditionally Allowed To Enter US From Nov 8

| Updated: November 6, 2021 16:34

The people who have recently recovered from Covid and want to travel abroad who will now be allowed to enter the US from Monday, November 8 on some conditions. The US Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) issued a statement on Friday night stating that from November 8, 2021, onwards all non-US citizens and non-US immigrants must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 before travelling to country. These travellers are also required to show proof of their vaccination and a Covid negative test, no more than three days before the flight’s departure.

The statement read, “Those who recently are recovered from Covid-19 may travel with documentation of recovery and a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or public health official indicating the patient is cleared for travel.”

People who want to travel to the US must oblige the entire list of requirements and must ensure that when they intend to fly there the rules they are following are valid, as the rules keep changing due to the pandemic.

From November 8 all air passengers, two years of age or older, travelling internationally regardless of vaccination status must provide a negative test to the airline before boarding the flight, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

“Passengers fully vaccinated must provide a negative test no more than three days before the flight’s departure from a foreign country, in addition to showing proof of vaccination Passengers over two years of age not fully vaccinated must provide a negative test no more than one day before the flight’s departure. Except in the limited circumstances allowed by CDC, unvaccinated travellers will be US citizens and legal permanent residents,” the statement added.

To be able to enter the US, the proof of vaccination must have personal identifiers (at a minimum – full name and DOB), on the passenger’s passport or other travel documents; the name of the official source issuing the record, dates of the day vaccine was taken and the date of the vaccine manufacturer. Also, The last dose must have been given a full 14 days before the day boarding a flight to the US.

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