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President Trump lifts the travel ban on non-US residents from Europe and Brazil




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Outgoing US President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Monday to lift travel restrictions on European countries and Brazil imposed by his government in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

Travel restrictions for several other countries, including China and Iran, remain in effect.

In an executive order, Trump said he would change the restrictions that apply to the European Union, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and Brazil, while maintaining the restrictions applicable to China and Iran.

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A decision in this regard, he said, will be taken after the January 12 directive Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that require proof of a negative COVID-19 test or documentation that they have recovered from COVID-19 for all air passengers coming to the United States from abroad.

Trump said the European Union, Britain, Ireland and Brazil will work with the US in the implementation of the CDC order of January 12, 2021, and that the tests conducted there will produce accurate results.

However, the same cannot be said of China and Iran. “The responses of those jurisdictions to the pandemic, their lack of transparency and their lack of cooperation with the United States so far in combating the pandemic, cast doubt on their cooperation in implementing CDC’s January 12, 2021 order,” Trump said.

The previous travel restrictions were announced on March 14 and May 24 last year.

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