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No more vaccination to enter U.S.A

No more vaccination to enter U.S.A

Before March 2020, international & ABC island travelers considered the United States one of their top destinations, if not to embark on a cruise in Florida, then for the shopping and leisure opportunities. The White House announced the change in policy around three years after the beginning of a pandemic that eventually led the United States and other countries to demand that hundreds of millions of people receive vaccinations against the quickly spreading and rapidly mutating coronavirus.

As of May 12, 2023, noncitizen nonimmigrant air passengers will no longer need to show proof of being fully vaccinated with an accepted COVID-19 vaccine to board a flight to the United States.

“While vaccination remains one of the most important tools in advancing the health and safety of employees and promoting the efficiency of workplaces,” the White House said, “we are now in a different phase of our response when these measures are no longer necessary.”

Covid-19 mortality in the United States have decreased by 95% since January 2021, when the vaccinations first became widely accessible, and hospitalizations have decreased by approximately 9%, according to officials. Colleges, local and state governments, and private businesses have previously loosened their requirements for other Covid vaccines. However, the removal of government vaccination restrictions would immediately affect tens of thousands of Americans as well as international visitors to the country.

So pack your bags, get your passport, and…



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