U.S. May Lift Some International Travel Restrictions in May

By Kurt Stolz on 18 March 2021
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The Biden Administration may relax some of the travel restrictions currently in place between the United States and Mexico and Canada, as well as those for international travel from the United Kingdom, the European continent, and Brazil come May.

The news was first reported by CNBC.

The action would be propelled by progress in inoculating people against the coronavirus pandemic by that time.

“There is going to be a sea change in mid-May when vaccines are more widely available to everyone,” one senior administration official who wished to remain anonymous told CNBC.

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