Officials from the Biden administration told media 19 months later that the border had been closed that Mexicans or Canadians would be able drive or walk across the northern and southern borders of the United States if they were fully vaccinated against this virus.
Washington (apro). The US President Joe Biden’s administration announced that it would remove all travel restrictions at the border of Canada and Mexico starting in November 2019. This will allow citizens of these two countries to be fully vaccinated against covid-19.
Biden administration officials stated to the media that Mexicans, and Canadians, who had been fully vaccinated against it, would be able cross the borders into the United States.
The person in charge of national security and border control said, “Cross-border travel has created a major event for border communities and is good for the country as a whole, so we are happy to take further measures to restore normal and safe conditions in a sustainable manner. “Travel.”
This measure is part the Biden administration’s plan to allow foreigners, who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus and come from other countries to travel to the United States as tourists or other purposes.
Officials revealed to media that Canada and Mexico were open to their citizens. They also said that they were fully vaccinated. This is an important step in a strategy to combat the pandemic.
The Biden government also made clear that it would close the border for Canadian and Mexican citizens not fully vaccinated. However, it is open to all who can show proof of complete covid-19 vaccination.
Despite repeated requests from politicians and businessmen from both the south and the north, the US economy was forced to close its borders with Canada, Mexico and Mexico. Fearing the spread coronavirus, however, the federal government kept the ban in place.
People who have received a complete coronavirus shot will be allowed to enter the United States on land, as long as they present proof of their vaccination.
The Biden administration argued that while students and commercial drivers are permitted to enter the country’s northern and southern borders, there are many sanitary restrictions. However, these people cannot enter the country unless they can show proof of their full vaccination. Let them get vaccinated once a month.
Officials explained to media that the Biden administration, based upon the recommendations of health authorities at the Centers for Disease Control, considers people who have had two doses of vaccines, namely one dose each of Moderna, Pfizer, or Johnson & Johnson.
Two weeks after the second or first Johnson & Johnson vaccination, a person is considered fully vaccinated.
Travelers from abroad arriving by air in the United States will be required to prove their full vaccination and that they have tested negative for coronavirus.
For Mexicans and Canadians who had been vaccinated with other vaccines on the World Health Organization’s antidote list for covid-19 (such as AstraZeneca), officials explained that they were also considered fully vaccinated against the virus.
The CDC will continue to assess the situation of Canadians and Mexicans who have been vaccinated with an antidote (such Sputnik V from Russia), and will make a decision shortly after.
It will be announced this week the exact date of land entry for Canadians or Mexicans in November. It is worth noting that immigration agents have the right to send foreigners who suspect they need a second inspection.