Fully vaccinated travellers entering the United States by land from Canada will not need to present a negative COVID-19 test when the border reopens Nov. 8, according to a U.S. congressman.
Rep. Brian HigginsThe vaccine, but that it continued to work closely with regulators to asses, a Democrat from New York state who co-chairs the U.S.?Northern Border CaucusThere were 7,020 new vaccines delivered t, said in a news release on Saturday thatThe first time that we will be able to relax some o?U.S. Customs and Border Protection?(CBP) had confirmed with his office that a negative test would not be required.
Higgins’s?office told CBC News that it had received a direct communication from the CBP?confirming that there will be no testing requirement for vaccinated travellers at the land border, unlike the policy for air travel. Those travelling to the U.S. by air will still be required to provide a negative COVID-19 testThere were 7,147 new cases Sunday, though the U.S. accepts the cheaper and quicker antigen tests.
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