Next week, the European Union is likely to discuss reimposing restrictions on American travelers due to an increase in coronavirus infections in the country, Bloomberg reported, citing an informed source.
The European Union is considering restrictions on American travelers due to the increase in infections Source: Unsplash.com, Photo: Ewan Shimko
The European Union lifted restrictions on travelers from the United States in June as the epidemic in the country improved markedly.
According to European standards, the number of daily infections cannot exceed 75 per 100,000. Residents during the past two weeks so that it is not necessary to impose restrictions on those coming from a particular country.
Infections in the United States have already averaged 270 per 100,000. And it continues to grow – writes Bloomberg, citing his interlocutor.
The restrictions the union is considering relate to non-essential travelers, but people who have been fully vaccinated will still be able to enter community countries.
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