The border between Mexico and United States will open November 8th 2021, for people vaccinated COVID-19
Long lines are expected at the reopening of the border between Mexico and the United States, those who make non-essential trips but who have complied with their COVID-19 vaccination scheme will be able to enter.
After 19 months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic between the border of Mexico and the United States, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, reported that the border will be reopened for “non-essential” activities such as visitors and tourists who try pass by car, on foot, including those traveling by passenger train, passenger ferries and pleasure boats as of November 8, 2021.
This rule applies only to passengers who demonstrate that they have completed their vaccination schedule against COVID-19.
Customs and Border Protection has warned that the times to enter the United States will be longer than usual, due to long lines by the thousands of people waiting to enter the United States.
To enter the American union, you must show physical or digital evidence that you have the complete vaccination scheme against COVID-19 in addition to the already known documents such as passport, visa or permission to travel to the United States.
They will NOT required:
- Documentation translation
- Negative PCR test against COVID 19
The vaccines accepted by the United States so far, would be Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, Sinopharm and Sinovac. However, those who were vaccinated with Sputnik and CanSino will have to wait for the OMS to authorize them.