Last week, the US Department of Homeland Security loosened its restrictions and now is allowing international travelers to enter the US through any international airport.
Previously, international travelers were restricted to entering the US through 15 designated airports, which were able to do in-depth COVID-19 screenings.
However, this change does not lift the remaining COVID-19 travel restrictions. Only travelers who are exempt or received a National Interest Exception from the Trump Administration's travel-restricting presidential procalamtions may enter the US.
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