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U.S. lifts vaccine mandate for international travelers

Air, land, water entry will no longer require proof of vaccination

A white peach arch sits at the center of the park with the American flag at the top.
The Department of Homeland Security announced non-U.S. travelers crossing into the country via land ports of entry, like at Blaine Peace Arch, no longer need to be vaccinated or provide proof of vaccination as of midnight, May 11. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By CDN Staff
Travelers entering the U.S. by land, air or sea no longer need to be vaccinated or provide proof of
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