UNITED STATES SAYS IT WILL NOT LIFT CORONAVIRUS ENTRY RESTRICTIONS IMPOSED ON FOREIGN TRAVELERS DUE TO THE SPREAD OF THE DELTA VARIANT.
Written by miebaka ikiriko on July 28, 2021
The United States has said it will not lift coronavirus entry restrictions imposed on foreign travelers due to the spread of the Delta Variant.
The United States currently bars entry for most non-citizens from European Union Countries, Britain, India, China, Brazil, South Africa and Iran.
Many Europeans have been frustrated by the exclusion, especially after the EU’s executive body recommended last month that member states lift restrictions on entry by U.S citizens.
During German Chancellor, Angela Merkel’s visit to Washington mid this month many Europeans had hoped for the Biden Administration to announce an easing of the ban in the U.S.