US will lift Covid-19 travel restrictions starting in November, Biden administration has announced
The United States will lift an 18-month-old travel ban on the European Union and Britain, allowing vaccinated travelers to enter beginning in November, reports said Monday.
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The United States will ease travel restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign nationals visiting the country, according to multiple reports.
Almost half of travel companies say they have seen no increase in bookings compared to last year, despite vaccine rollout
The travel policy will change in early November.
The move answers a major demand from European allies at a time of strained diplomatic relations.