Covid: Here’s who will be able to get into the US more easily — and whose trip just got harder

By Marnie Hunter | CNN

Another bit of welcome news for travelers clamoring to get into the United States came Tuesday with the announcement that land borders with Canada and Mexico will reopen to fully vaccinated visitors in November.

The new policy closely aligns with new US international air travel rules announced on September 20.

Both measures are due to go into effect in November, although no specific dates have been announced.

The plans both loosen and tighten existing rules, depending on the country an international traveler is arriving from and their vaccination status.

Here’s what we know so far about what the new policies will mean:

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