USA Today: “Starting next month, the United States will allow fully vaccinated foreign nationals to cross its land borders for non-essential purposes such as tourism or to visit friends and family. The change would allow foreign tourists to enter the U.S. through land or ferry ports for the first time since March 2020. Government officials have not yet announced a date for the policy change but said it will take place in ‘early November,’ in tandem with the country’s updated international air travel system.
“’This is an important step that will further enhance the safety of international travel and the safety of Americans at home,’ senior administration officials said in a call with reporters. ‘These new vaccination requirements deploy the best tool we have in our arsenal to keep people safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19.'”