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Biden administration releases details on international travel restart

Syringe with needle, vial, surgical face mask and passport or visa on a white table ready to be used. Covid or Coronavirus vaccine background By Michele Ursi

In late September, the Biden Administration announced that it would lift travel restrictions on fully vaccinated travelers in early November. Last week, additional details were released, which will impact both international inbound travelers and U.S. citizens returning from abroad. Follow the resource links below to view elements of the new policy, which is effective Monday, November 8.

Resource Links (Updated December 3, 2021):

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