According to a post that went popular on Twitter and was shared by Josh (@JBar1982), two of his pals called Dona and Susan were denied entry because they did not have the necessary vaccinations.
According to what he claimed, “The United States is STILL refusing to admit unvaccinated Canadian passengers.” “You’ve got to be kidding me. My pals have completely changed their minds today.”
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The same thing occurred to the top-ranked tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic, who was told he could not participate in the US Open because tournament organizers were going to follow the criteria that the United States federal government had established about the COVID-19 vaccination.
In a statement that was made public by the organization, it was stated that “The US Open does not currently have a vaccination mandate in position for players, but it will honor the U.S. government’s position regarding travel into the state for unvaccinated non-U.S. citizens.” This was said in reference to the situation with the measles outbreak that occurred in recent years.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “noncitizens who already are nonimmigrants and who are seeking to enter the country by air are required to show evidence of being fully inoculated against COVID-19 before boarding a plane to the U. S. from a foreign country.” This rule applies to noncitizens who wish to enter the country by air.
“If you have not received the complete COVID-19 vaccination, you will NOT be permitted to board an aircraft to the United States. The only exception to this rule is if you fulfill the conditions for an exemption outlined in the Proclamation and the CDC’s Amended Order. The FDA went on to say that “a booster dosage is not required in order to achieve these criteria.”
Since the 22nd of January, 2022, the Department of Homeland Security has permitted inbound non-citizens of the United States who are not U.S. nationals and neither legal permanent residents to enter the U.s. at a land entry point (POE) or ferry terminal.