Staff, 2022-10-16 19:56:10,
The list of countries requiring proof of vaccination against COVID-19 as a condition of entry continues to shrink. Not because the battle against the pandemic has been won, far from it, but rather countries around the globe are accepting the need to live with COVID-19.
Europe is open to all, although some countries such as Italy require a health declaration. Some Asian countries still enforce strict controls for incoming travellers, and those controls are tough in the case of Hong Kong, but Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia all have an open-door policy.
Even New Zealand, which sealed its borders far longer than most countries, no longer requires a COVID-19 vaccination for incoming travellers.
Despite the easing of vaccination requirements, international travellers continue to fall prey to the coronavirus, and cautious travellers will continue to maintain their vaccination schedule and take all sensible precautions against infection.
Non-U.S. citizens must show proof of full vaccination with an accepted COVID-19 vaccine before boarding a flight to the United States. Full vaccination includes single-dose vaccines, two-dose vaccines or two doses of different vaccines provided they were administered at least 17 days apart. Vaccinations must be completed at least two weeks prior and all the vaccines…
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