‘Emergency Amendment’ Approves Continuation of Mandatory C19 Vaccination of Noncitizen Nonimmigrants Traveling to the United States by Air
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requirement for all non-U.S. citizens entering the country to have at least two doses of COVID “vaccine” was set to expire on January 8, 2023. In a now familiar pattern, an Emergency Amendment was approved earlier this week, continuing mandatory vaccination for foreigners to enter America until April 10, 2023. It states: “Together with the Presidential Proclamation and the CDC Order, these policies are intended to limit the risk that COVID-19, including variants of the virus that causes COVID-19, is introduced, transmitted, and spread into and throughout the United States, potentially overwhelming United States healthcare and public health resources, endangering the health and safety of the American people, and threatening the security of our civil aviation system.”
It is now scientifically proven that those who are vaccinated with COVID vaccines are much more likely to contract and transmit COVID, as well as to end up in the hospital with severe COVID. Yet, TSA continues to only admit vaccinated people into the country.
You can read the amendment here — or scroll down for screenshots:ea_1546-21-02b