White House: migrants don’t need travelers’ vaccine proof because ‘they’re not intending to stay’

At least 12,000 migrants are camped out under the U.S. side of an international bridge that connects Mexico to Del Rio, Texas Provided to the Washington Examiner White House: migrants don’t need travelers’ vaccine proof because ‘they’re not intending to stay’ W. James Antle III September 20, 03:28 PMSeptember 20, 03:29 PMThe White House defended its policy on dealing with undocumented migrants and COVID-19 hours after announcing that international travel restrictions would be loosened for the fully vaccinated, saying illegal immigration is “not the same.” President Joe Biden’s team had announced earlier on Monday that fully vaccinated travelers would soon be permitted to fly into the United States. Press secretary Jen Psaki was asked why similar protocols do not apply to the migrant surge at the southern border. Fox News’s Peter Doocy pressed Psaki on whether the migrants arriving at 20-year highs are being asked to provide proof of vaccination status or …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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