The Biden administration has announced that the United States will lift Covid-19 travel restrictions, allowing fully vaccinated passengers to travel domestically from the United Kingdom and the EU from November.
A statement from the White House marks the end of a travel ban imposed by Donald Trump more than 18 months ago in the early stages of the pandemic and comes after intense lobbying from Brussels and London.
Under current policy, only US citizens, their close relatives, green card holders, and people with a National Interest Exemption (NIE) can travel to the United States if they have stayed in the United Kingdom or the EU for the past two weeks.
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US lifts Covid travel ban on fully vaccinated passengers from the UK and EU | US immigrants
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