US entry in the future: only for vaccinated persons

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According to media reports, the U.S. government wants to require proof of a complete coronavirus vaccination from almost all foreigners entering the country in the future. With the introduction of this system, the current entry restrictions for people from Europe and other countries should then also be lifted, as reported, among others, by the “New York Times” with reference to White House circles. According to the report, there is still no concrete timetable for the introduction of the proof requirement.

The practical implementation of the plan is also said to be relatively unclear, including the question of which vaccination certificates are to be recognized. It is also reportedly not yet decided whether U.S. authorities would only accept vaccinations with preparations that are also approved in the United States. An alternative would be to make World Health Organization (WHO) approval the standard. So far, only vaccines from the manufacturers Moderna, Pfizer and Biontech, as well as Johnson & Johnson, have been approved in the United States.

Strict rules
Since last year, a far-reaching US entry ban has been in place for people from Europe because of the pandemic. Only U.S. citizens and some other groups of people are exempt. Entry from China, South Africa and Brazil are also limited to exceptions. All passengers must have a negative coronavirus test when entering the United States.

In June, the European Union had already added the United States to the list of third countries to which strict entry restrictions should normally no longer apply. The EU is therefore also demanding that Washington lift the restrictions quickly.

  • source: ORF.at/agencies

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