US to lift travel ban for fully vaccinated on 8 November
In good news, the US will lift its 20-month ban on travellers from the UK, along with numerous EU nations and the likes of China, Iran, Brazil, South Africa and India, from 8 November 2021.
The US border will reopen to travellers who can show proof of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19, as well as proof of a negative Covid-19 test within three days prior to departure.
British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, said on twitter: "I am delighted that from November, @POTUS is reinstating transatlantic travel so fully vaccinated UK nationals can visit the USA. It's a fantastic boost for business and trade, and great that family and friends on both sides of the pond can be reunited once again."
Time to start planning that long awaited escape to the USA? Check out great value holidays, flights, rentals, hotels and car hire as well as deals on Covid-19 testing for travel and further travel advice.
Updated on Friday 15 October 2021
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