Fully vaccinated visitors travelling to the US will not be required to quarantine if they return a negative COVID-19 test result. The US will ease travel restrictions for foreign visitors from certain countries who have received their COVID-19 vaccinations from early November, the White House said on Monday.
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Cuba agreed Monday to provide Vietnam with 10 million doses of its home-grown coronavirus vaccine, Abdala, for which the Asian nation has given emergency approval. A deal was signed between the two countries during an official visit by President Nguyen Xuan Phuc to the communist island, the government said.
F or the millions of international travelers who have been kept from entering the United States since March 2020, there is finally hope: The Biden administration on Monday announced that, starting in November, it will lift the ban on international travel for those who are vaccinated.
After a somber 2020 holiday season full of canceled parties and isolated celebrations, the holidays in the city this year are gearing up to be a lot closer to their festive normal. It was announced today that the Biden administration will be lifting restrictions on fully vaccinated international travelers starting in November.
Forbidden treasures As the home of one of the oldest civilizations, Iran is rich in cultural heritage, historical architecture and rare treasures. But sadly, due to the current political climate and the pandemic, seeing these sites in real life remains a distant dream for most of us.
News Home More from Business News Vaccinated passengers will be able to enter the US from the UK and EU from November onwards, Sky News understands The new rules would be part of broader policy changes for international travel. Under the previous policy, only American citizens, their immediate families, or green card holders could enter the US from the UK or EU.
THE HUSBAND of Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran, has made a plea to new Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, urging fresh dialogue with Iran over her fate. Johnson should ‘take leading role’ against Iran says Bolton Mrs Zaghari Ratcliffe, a 43-year-old mother of one and resident of Hampstead, is employed by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and has been jailed in Iran since 2016.
The newly-appointed Foreign Secretary will fight to bring Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe home, following pressure from campaigners. Liz Truss is expected to tell her Iranian counterpart that the UK is “not going to drop” the fight to get British dual nationals being held by the state home, Foreign Office minister James Cleverly said on Monday (September 20).
Journalist, author and humanitarian Tara Kangarlou spent four years reporting and writing her new book about the people of Iran. Leaving politics out of the equation, she focused on the reality of life for millions of Iranians inside the country. Here, she shares what she learned
Foreign Office minister James Cleverly said Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will raise a number of cases with her Iranian counterpart on Monday. New Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will tell her Iranian counterpart that the UK is “not going to drop” the fight to get British dual nationals being held by the state home, a Cabinet minister has said.
LIZ TRUSS has turned her focus to Iran and demanded the release of British nationals, including Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, in one of her first acts as Foreign Secretary. Ahead of the UN General Assembly summit, Ms Truss has called for the release of all "arbitrarily detained British nationals" in the Islamic Republic.
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe had “good” talks with Liz Truss, ahead of her meeting with the Iranian foreign minister to call for the immediate release of detained UK nationals. Richard Ratcliffe told the Foreign Secretary during a 10-minute phone call on Sunday that his wife’s case should be the top priority and he wanted to see the Government tackle hostage-taking head on.
Liz Truss will push for UK nationals trapped in Iran to be released during a meeting with Hossein Amir-Abdollahian at the UN General Assembly in New York. The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe had "good" talks with Liz Truss, ahead of her meeting with the Iranian foreign minister to call for the immediate release of detained UK nationals.
New foreign secretary will demand ‘immediate and permanent release of all arbitrarily detained British nationals’ Related videos: New Foreign Secretary Liz Truss ‘delighted’ with appointment as foreign secretary Liz Truss will demand the immediate release of UK nationals detained in Iran – including Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe – during a meeting with the country’s foreign minister on Monday.