U.S. Set To Lift Traveling Restrictions For Foreign Visitors From Mexico and Canada

Starting next month the U.S. will lift an almost eighteen-month ban on traveling restrictions from Canada and Mexico. Fully vaccinated visitors will now have the chance to enter the country for non-essential purposes. The new travel rules are expected to be rolled out in phases. Essentially this will also bring a new vaccine requirement for international travelers. Unvaccinated travelers will still be prohibited from coming to the U.S. for nonessential travel. This latest move is met with joy from businesses and individuals who said they have been impacted by the ban. Senior Product Operations Specialist at Scott's Cheap Flights Willis Orlando, joined Cheddar to discuss more.
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