N24 Correspondent, LOS ANGELES:– People under the age of 18 who have not been vaccinated since next year will no longer have to be quarantined when they come to the United States. On Saturday, the US CDC said that people under the age of 18 who have not been vaccinated by air should not be on self-quarantine after arriving in the United States.
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky signed the revised order. People who have not been vaccinated over the age of 18 have to stay in self-quarantine for seven days after coming to the United States, but this rule does not apply to those under the age of 18.
The United States has announced that only foreigners who have been vaccinated will be allowed to enter the country from October 8. But those coming to the United States from about 50 countries with a vaccination rate of less than 10 percent will be allowed to enter the United States even if they have not been vaccinated. But they will have to stay in self-quarantine for 7 days after coming to America.
After Monday’s order, there was confusion about the need to stay in quarantine even under the age of 18. But now the confusion is gone. Concerns were raised about the negative impact on international tourism if children were to be subject to quarantine.
US President Joe Biden has issued an executive order lifting regional travel bans on the Corona epidemic imposed on various countries. President Biden has announced that the vaccine will be mandatory for foreigners entering the United States with effect from November 8.
Citizens of countries with a vaccination rate of less than 10 percent and those under the age of 18 will be exempt. That means they will be able to enter the United States on the basis of a negative report of a corona test.
All other immigrants who have been fully vaccinated must submit a negative report of the corona test, including all rules related to the corona epidemic. All travelers, including U.S. citizens, green card holders, and vaccinated immigrants, must undergo a corona test before arriving in the United States.
Only those who have been vaccinated will be allowed to enter the United States as soon as November 8 begins, that is, after 12 midnight on November 7. The Vaccine Mandatory rule does not prohibit the issuance of visitor visas to US consulates abroad. However, the backlog in visa appointments is expected to increase as demand for visas increases.
Immigrants must be fully vaccinated before boarding the plane and must submit a negative test report within three days.
The United States will recognize Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Covishield, Verosel, Synovac. The vaccine will be considered complete only after 14 days of the second dose of the two-dose vaccine. Those who have been vaccinated in a mixed manner will also be recognized. However, it should be applied at least 17 days apart and 14 days after the last dose.
Most people who have not been vaccinated will not be allowed to come to the United States. But citizens of countries with a vaccination rate of less than 10 percent and people under the age of 18 will be able to enter the United States even if they have not been vaccinated.
Those who have not been vaccinated and are allowed to come to the United States will have to follow very strict standards. They must submit a negative test report within one day of leaving the United States. Passengers between the ages of 2 and 17 who have not traveled with a fully vaccinated parent will also need to submit a negative report within a day.
They must also make a commitment to be fully vaccinated against corona within 60 days of entering the United States or within the timeframe set by the CDC. They will have to test the corona within three to five days of arriving in the United States and submit a negative report.