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Countries should not require proof of vaccination for international travel: WHO Updated: 2021-10-27 08:20:17 KST

The WHO is urging countries against requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination as the only condition for international travel.
The agency cited limited and inequitable global access to vaccines.
They instead recommend changing testing or quarantine measures.
This comes as the U.S. decided foreign travelers must provide proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test to enter.
People are considered fully vaccinated if they've received FDA or WHO approved vaccines.
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