The White House of the United States announced on September 20 that it will open entry for some international travelers, including China, India, the United Kingdom, and many European countries, for a total of 33.
This is to relax the "customs closure" measures implemented since the beginning of 2020.
Passengers who have completed the vaccination must also be tested within 3 days before departure to obtain a certificate of a sexual response to the virus test.
People entering the country must have completed the new coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) vaccination, but children who are not eligible for vaccination are exempted.
In addition, the new measures do not apply to people from Mexico and Canada who enter the United States through the land border.
The United States currently prohibits entry to the United Kingdom, 26 countries in the Sacred Root Zone, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil in the past 14 days.
The new measures also require U.S. citizens who have not been vaccinated to be tested one day before departure when they return to the United States, and one day after arriving in the United States.