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US ends COVID vaccine requirement for international travellers from this date
The COVID vaccination requirement for international travellers will no longer be required, according to the United States. This will be brought into impact from May 11 according to the assertion gave by the White House, which likewise added that the Coronavirus general wellbeing crisis will likewise end around the same time.
In light of this, the Departments of Health and Human Services and Homeland Security of the United States have made the announcement that they will begin the process of eliminating vaccination requirements at the land border for Head Start educators, CMS-certified healthcare facilities, and certain non-citizens as well. It further added that further subtleties will be uncovered before very long.
The White House stated that the COVID regulations will be further relaxed, recalling the Biden-Harris Administration’s announcement of COVID-19 vaccination requirements to improve people’s health and safety.
According to the reports, the vaccination requirements imposed by the US administration assisted in ensuring the safety of workers in critical workforces, such as the healthcare and education sectors. They also helped to protect themselves and the populations in the process, enhancing their capacity to provide services without disrupting operations.
In addition, the statement stated that certain international travellers had to be immunized in order to slow the spread of new variants entering the country and give their healthcare system time to effectively manage access to care in the event of an increase in cases and hospitalizations.
It also stated that vaccination is now entering a different phase of response when these measures are no longer required, despite the fact that it remains one of the most important tools in advancing the health and safety of employees and promoting workplace efficiency.