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Foreigners who want to enter the United States must be vaccinated against the coronavirus

The United States will require all foreigners visiting the country to are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, it was announced Monday. All foreigners traveling to the United States will need to show proof of vaccination before boarding and a negative test performed within three days of the flight, said White House COVID-19 coordinator Jeff Zients, who announced the new politics.

The government of President Joe Biden also it will tighten the rules for Americans who were not vaccinated, since they will have to be examined one day before leaving the United States, and the same when returning. Fully vaccinated passengers will not be required to quarantine.

In turn, the Biden administration resolved allow the entry of travelers from the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU) who have the full scheme of vaccines. The travel restrictions, in force since March 2020, had been widely criticized by European partners, where the percentage of vaccination is higher than that in the United States.

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