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U.S. to Lift Coronavirus Travel Ban for U.K. and European Union

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The U.S. is reportedly set to reopen its borders to vaccinated passengers from the U.K. and European Union from November.

The Financial Times reports that U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration will announce the changes on Monday, bringing to an end a gruelling 18-month COVID-19 travel ban that was first imposed by President Donald Trump.

Citing multiple sources, the Financial Times notes that fully vaccinated passengers will be able to travel to the U.S. in a few weeks, though an exact time frame hasn’t been detailed.

Currently, only U.S. citizens and their immediate families, green card holders and travelers with special exemptions can travel Stateside if they’ve been in the U.K. or European Union in the 14 days before travel.

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