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United States will make travel easier According to several reports, the ban for fully vaccinated people coming from the United Kingdom and the European Union.
According to a CNN source, the United States will require adult foreign nationals to be fully vaccinated. The Financial Times was the first To break the story.
The White House will announce it later on Monday.
Former President Donald Trump initially limited travel from China before banning countries in the Schengen zone as well as the United Kingdom and Ireland. President Joe Biden’s administration has upheld these tough restrictions.
The European Union initially said it was safe to travel to the United States, but it was later removed from the “whitelist” of destinations along with five other countries.
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White House expected to announce travel changes later today
The White House announced the easing of travel restrictions later on Monday, multiple reports have confirmed.
Under the new rules, adult foreign nationals from the United States to the United Kingdom and the European Union are expected to arrive as long as they are fully vaccinated.
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US lifts travel ban for double-vaccinated UK and EU travelers
According to multiple reports, the United States will ease travel restrictions for fully vaccinated people arriving from the United Kingdom and the European Union.
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