jschmid at codeweavers.com
Wed Jul 7 16:22:48 CDT 2021
FWIW when I came back to the US from Mexico a little over a week ago they DID NOT ask for proof of a negative Covid test. I had one done, I had the papers and alas they weren’t needed. While rules on international travel are complex, they are not consistent and/or enforced.
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> On Jul 7, 2021, at 3:03 PM, Dan Kegel <dank at kegel.com> wrote:
> Hello from a longtime lurker! I'm not planning to attend, but here
> are some thoughts from my biology geek side.
> Coronavirus data for Minneapolis' surrounding county at
> shows Rt well below 1.0 and 60% full vaccination, which is pretty good.
> I figure if there is no post-july-4th surge in the next couple weeks,
> it should be safe for fully vaccinated people to attend.
> See https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-summit-north-america/attend/health-and-safety/
> for an example policy the event might want to adopt (or who knows,
> might already be required to adopt, dunno about xdc governance).
> Also, rules for international travel are complex.
> Being fully vaccinated is strongly recommended and a specific kind of
> proof of vaccination
> and a recent specific test result may also be required; see e.g.
> I suspect travellers may need to obey rules for both origin and
> destination countries...
> - Dan
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