The Biden administration is rolling out new vaccine requirements for international travelers coming into the United States. Starting Nov. 8, three new orders from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will be put into place, according to a senior administration official. The first requires non-U.S. citizens traveling into the country, who are not immigrants, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination status prior to boarding their flight. Officials say both digital and paper proof of vaccination will be accepted by international airlines. This order includes narrow medical exceptions, exemptions for children under 18, and people from countries with less than a 10 percent total vaccination rate due to lack of availability of vaccines. “Even in the low-vaccine-availability countries, people will also need to have a compelling reason to come here,” said the official.  “So, it’s just not they’re coming here for any reason; they need …


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