USA eases entry restrictions for fully vaccinated
In early November, the United States will begin allowing fully vaccinated travellers from Mexico or Canada to enter the country by vehicles, rail and ferries for non-essential reasons. Travellers will be required to have appropriate paperwork that provides proof of vaccination.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, non-essential journeys, such as trade, between USA and Canada and Mexico were largely restricted via land and ferry.
In a second phase, beginning in early January 2022, USA will require that all inbound foreign national travellers like truckers crossing US land or ferry – whether for essential or non-essential reasons – be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and provide related proof of vaccination. (ben)