November 6, 2021 – 11:20 – World
The United States has announced new travel conditions for entry into its territory. Only vaccinated travelers are allowed to set foot on American soil.
The US embassy in Morocco posted on its Twitter account that the condition would take effect on November 8. Moroccan travelers must provide proof of full immunization before boarding a flight to the United States. Naturally structured immunity is not calculated.
Also read: USA: Morocco is the most dangerous country for travelers
It was already clear that travelers with Pfizer, Moderna or Jansen vaccines were welcome because they were approved by the US FDA. But it is now known that travelers with vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) are also welcome. Sinopharm and AstraZeneca are also included. In addition to being fully vaccinated, passengers should also be tested negative. The test should not take more than three days at departure.
Also read: Covid-19: Morocco green on the danger map
The embassy urges Moroccan travelers who have been fully vaccinated to submit a document stating the name and date of birth, the name of the vaccine and the date of the two vaccinations required by the United States.
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