US opens its place passes unnecessary trips from Canada and Mexico in November, according to a new announcement from US The Department of Homeland Security. But there is one fish: Only people are enough The covid-19 vaccine will be allowed to go to the US
Unnecessary trips to the US, including tourism and visits to friends or relatives, were banned by land and boat from Mexico and Canada during the long 19th pandemic. .
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas made the announcement Tuesday and confirmed that the new freedom to travel around the world applies to covid-19 vaccine recipients.
“In line with the new air traffic control system to be implemented in November, we will begin to allow travelers from Mexico and Canada with a full covid-19 vaccine to enter the United States for non-essential purposes, including peer-to-peer or tourist visits, via crossing. border and land crossings, “Secretary Mayorkas said in a words.
“Crossing the border brings economic activity to our region and supports our economy. We are pleased to take action to resume regular travel in a safe and continuous manner,” Mayorkas said.
Surprisingly, workers who have to travel to the US do not need a vaccine right now to enter and the Department of Homeland Security does not need a vaccine for these people until January 2022.
“This approach will provide more time for key travelers such as truckers, students, and health workers to receive the vaccine,” DHS said.
The US covid-19 vaccine currently stands at 56.8%, while in Canada it is 72.2%, and the Mexican vaccine is only 37.6%. And although the American vaccine was significantly lower than the Canadian vaccine, its northern neighbors opened the vaccine to the American people in August.
The US recorded 111,707 new covid-19 cases Tuesday and 2,541 deaths, according to the New York Times covid tracker. Canada recorded 2,323 new cases Tuesday with 69 deaths, while Mexico reported 7,187 new cases Tuesday and 546 deaths.