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During 2021 summer, many countries started opening their borders again for international tourism. Unfortunately at this time the Delta variant has become the dominant variant Covid19 across several countries. The CDC in fact believe the Delta variant to be the most contagious variant and may even partially evade the antibodies made by the immune system after a Covid19 infection or vaccination. Early studies indicate that the Delta variant infects younger people in large numbers and even vaccinated people. After a steady decline in the number of cases, the Delta variant has resulted in an increase in cases in the US especially in areas where the vaccination rates are low.
The Delta variant has swept across the globe impacting USA. The Biden administration has announced that starting November 2021 international travelers will be allowed by air to the US however they will have to be fully vaccinated for Covid19 as well as show proof of a negative for Covid19 test taken 72 hours prior to boarding the US flight. According to the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC), the US will accept vaccines that are approved for emergency use by the World Health Organisation.
However all international travelers flying in to the United States, including US citizens and permanent residents are also required to have a negative COVID-19 test result no more than three days before travel. Alternatively they should have documentation of recovery from COVID19 within the past 3 months before boarding an US flight.
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