The White House announced on the 15th that it would lift travel restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign travelers, and open land borders and air entry, it will take effect on November 8.
To prevent the COVID-19 epidemic, the United States has banned non-essential travelers from entering the country and closed land borders from March 2020. The air passenger ban was first implemented in early 2020 for passengers arriving from China by plane and then expanded to more than 30 countries.
The White House announced on the 12th, that it will open the land borders and ferry ports between the United States, Mexico, and Canada in early November, to allow foreign travelers who have been fully vaccinated to enter. This is similar to but not the same as last month’s announcement of the relaxation of allowing international passengers to enter the country by plane.
Passengers who have not been vaccinated still cannot enter the country through the land borders of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. From August 9th, Canada will allow fully vaccinated American travelers to enter for non-essential travel.