The United States has eased travel entry restrictions for vaccinated travelers from 33 countries earlier barred from entering the country
The US on Monday started to accept the entry non-American citizens from countries mainly in Europe, subject to proof of vaccination and a negative test taken three days prior to the travel.
The country also started to accept fully vaccinated visitors to enter the country through its land borders with Canada and Mexico, the first time in 20 months.
Citizens of the countries which were reallowed to enter the country accounted for 53% of all overseas visitors to the country prior to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019.
Business bookings from Europe to the United States have doubled in the last five weeks, with business travel picking up based on data released by corporate travel agency American Express Global Travel.