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COVID-19 Travel Information

COVID-19 Travel Information

Below is the compilation of the laws and regulations that affect travel to the United States.

Presidential Proclamation 10294 - 10-25-2021

Presidential Proclamation - 01-25-2021

Effective November 8, 2021 new rules apply for travelers entering the United States.

  1. These rules do NOT apply to US citizens and green card holders.
  2. All travelers except for US citizens and green card holders must be fully vaccinated to enter the United States.
  3. List of acceptable vaccines:
    1. Pfizer-BioNTech
    2. Moderna
    3. Janssen/Johnson & Johnson (Single Dose)
    4. AstraZeneca
    5. Covishield
    6. BIBP/Sinopharm
    7. Sinovac
  4. The following travelers are not subject to these rules:
    1. Children under the age of 18
    2. Travelers who cannot get vaccinated due to medical reasons
    3. Citizens from countries where vaccines are not easily available
    4. Diplomats
    5. Military personnel and their spouses and children
    6. Crew members
    7. Travelers granted NIE waivers or Humanitarian and Emergency exceptions.
  5. There are no exceptions for religious reasons.

 

Country Specific Information (until 11-08-2021):

Germany - FAQ on who can travel and & NIE Exceptions to Presidential Proclamation

Italy - NIE Exceptions to Presidential Proclamation

Poland - FAQ on who can travel to the US & NIE Exceptions to Presidential Proclamation

United Kingdom - FAQ on who can travel to the US & NIE Exceptions to Presidential Proclamation

Serbia - U.S. Visa and Travel FAQs for non-U.S. Citizens Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

Switzerland - Information about COVID-19 and Travel to the United States

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