The US authorities do not intend to require confirmation of vaccination from visiting foreigners

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki also said earlier that Washington still does not intend to introduce vaccination passports.

The US authorities do not intend to require any official confirmation from foreigners coming to the country that they have been vaccinated against the new coronavirus. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki stated this on Friday at a regular briefing for journalists.

Do you mean that the federal government should require proof of vaccination? We have no such plans,” she said, answering a question from one of the journalists. Earlier, Psaki also stated that the US administration still does not intend to introduce vaccination passports against the new coronavirus in the country.

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