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    U.S. to Open Land Border Nov. 8 to Fully Vaccinated Travellers

    The United States plans to reopen its borders to non-essential fully vaccinated individuals travelling by land, air, and ferry. This will take effect starting November 8th and those travelling through the air still have to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. They will need to show proof of arrival to the U.S. and also show a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of travel before boarding the flight.

    Non-essential travellers using a land border will either be required to show proof of vaccination or attest to their vaccination status upon request by a border agent. Compared to air travellers, land travellers do not have to show a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival. By January, essential travellers using the land border must be fully vaccinated.

    There is still some confusion and frustration with people who have mixed doses of a COVID-19 vaccination. The CDC has not confirmed yet whether it will consider people with mixed doses as fully vaccinated. The organization did inform airlines that any vaccine approved in the U.S. or vaccines that have been approved for emergency order by WHO, will be allowed for air travel. The Canada-U.S border has been closed for non-essential travel since March 2020.

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