UPDATE – COVID Entry Ban from certain southern African countries – REVOKED 12/31/2021

(UPDATE) COVID ENTRY BAN FROM CERTAIN SOUTHERN AFRICAN COUNTRIES – REVOKED DECEMBER 31, 2021

On November 26, 2021, the U.S. President announced a ban on entry from certain southern Africa countries, citing the appearance of the COVID Omicron variant.  On December 28, 2021, the U.S. President revoked this travel ban under Proclamation 10329.

At present, there are no geographic (i.e. country-specific) COVID Entry Bans to the U.S.