From today, the US is lifting an international travel ban imposed nearly two years ago to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Travelers from 33 countries, including from the EU, will be able to enter the US again.
But only under the following conditions: They have to be vaccinated and show a negative test, taken within three days prior to their departure. Children are exempt from the vaccine mandate. So are people with certain medical conditions.
Travelers from some other countries with a low vaccination rate may also be exempted.