US To Finally Lift Vaccine Requirement For International Travellers

US To Finally Lift Vaccine Requirement For International Travellers

The United States is finally joining the rest of the world in reopening without restrictions to all travellers, regardless of vaccination status.

According to a statement from the White House, the vaccine requirement for international travellers will be dropped at the end of the day on 11 May.

This means international travellers arriving in the United States from May 12 onward will no longer need to present proof of vaccination against COVID-19.

The vaccine requirement was one of the final COVID-19 restrictions in place in the United States.

Masks, testing, and vaccine mandates in places like restaurants, museums, and theatres have long been a thing of the past across the entire country.

The removal of the vaccine requirement for international travellers to the United States finally signals a return to normality after more than three years of travel restrictions.

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