As if we needed any further reminders that the United States has botched its response to the covid-19 crisis so spectacularly that we present a threat to the health of the global population, member states of the European Union are reportedly weighing whether to include American travelers on its ban list as European borders begin reopening next month.
As if we needed any further reminders that the United States has botched its response to the covid-19 crisis so spectacularly that we present a threat to the health global population, member states of the European Union are reportedly weighing whether to include American travellers on its ban list as
Most EU leaders say they want a deal over the summer, but significant hurdles remain.
So, you know how the governments and citizens of some countries are doing everything they can to flatten the COVID-19 curve, while others have been flipping birds for the sake of their economies, eating in chain restaurants, and getting haircuts? The European Union has been taking notes.
Travelers from the US are banned from entering the European Union for at least another two weeks following a spike in coronavirus cases in some reopened states, European officials announced Tuesday. The EU will reopen its borders on Wednesday to visitors from more than 15 countries, including Canada, New Zealand, South Korea and Australia, but
President Trump got Polish ally Andrzej Duda to pay a house call Wednesday, but Europe is starting to treat the U.S. as a pariah because it is struggling to contain the coronavirus. The European Union is likely to extend a ban on American visitors beyond July 1, putting the U.S.
European Union countries desperate to revive their economies and reopen their borders to tourists may bar Americans from entering because US efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic have not stopped a steady rise in cases and deaths, The New York Times reported Tuesday. Drafts of lists of countries that would be blocked show that the
The European Union is planning to apply more restrictions on the activities and responsibilities of Apple and other major tech companies, EU digital policy and antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager has revealed, which could impact taxes, privacy, and online content.Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the European CommissionIn its continuing attempts to rein in the power and influence of tech giants including Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon, the European Commission is introducing...
Americans will not be allowed to travel to EU countries when the bloc opens up to international visitors July 1.
European Union to reopen borders to 14 countries, US misses out for now
BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union to reopen borders to 14 countries, US misses out for now.
The European Union announced Tuesday that it will reopen its borders to travelers from 14 countries, but most Americans have been refused entry for at least another two weeks.