The White House will lift travel restrictions for fully vaccinated international travelers beginning November 8th (via Reuters).
The November 8th policy will once again allow travel from the 26 countries in Europe, including France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Greece, as well as Britain, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil.
Non-U.S. air travelers will need to show proof of vaccination before boarding a flight, and will need to show proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test, according to the report.
Unvaccinated travelers will still be barred from entering the United States.
Details are still being ironed out according to the report, including how to offer exemptions to unvaccinated children.
The vaccine requirements that will be applied to the countries listed above will extend to other countries that were previously unrestricted, or at least not banned.
The easing of restrictions will mark a significant return to “normal” for not only tourism as a whole, but specifically Walt Disney World, which is typically a magnet for the same UK visitors who have been barred from entering the United States for over a year.
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