US border to open to fully vaccinated Foreign Travelers at November 8th, 2021

Travelers who meet certain requirements will be allowed to enter the U.S. beginning Nov. 8th. The White House has announced that it will open its land borders with Canada and Mexico to fully vaccinated travelers starting on Nov. 8th. Furthermore, the White House Assistant Press Secretary Kevin Munoz has also finally revealed the same date ( 8th, November 2021 ) on which the United States will finally reopen the border for vaccinated travelers from the 26 Schengen Area countries, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, among others.

However, we still respect that masks are required on all public transportation and while at transportation hubs (such as airports). Travelers booking a flight need to be prepared to mask up from the time they step into the airport and throughout the duration of their flight. And with the surge of the highly transmissible Delta variant of COVID-19, it’s prudent to wear the type of mask that will best protect them and others from the virus.

One interesting topic here: A new study by engineering researchers at the University of Waterloo (Ontario) confirms the conventional wisdom: Not all masks afford the same protection. the Canadian researchers found that although cloth and blue surgical masks afford valuable protection, they still allow a significant buildup of exhaled droplets that travel through the air and pass through masks.

"Airplanes may be well-ventilated but don't always afford distance between passengers."

Before you book your next trip, make sure you pick up one of these top-rated travel face masks, to keep you and others safe—even if you’re all vaccinated up.

You can find the best face mask option in the below article:

The Best Type Face Mask To Wear For Travel And Long Flights 2021

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