Travel Restriction To US to Be Lifted for Fully Coronavirus Vaccinated

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U.S. to Lift Pandemic Travel Restrictions, Easing Tension With Europe

by Zolan Kanno-YoungsMark Landler and 

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration will lift travel restrictions starting in November for foreigners who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, reopening the country to thousands of people, including those who have been separated from family in the United States during the pandemic, and easing a major source of tension with Europe.

The halt to the 18-month ban on travel from 33 countries, including members of the European Union, China, Iran, South Africa, Brazil and India, could help rejuvenate a U.S. tourism industry that has been crippled by the pandemic. The industry suffered a $500 billion loss in travel expenditures in 2020, according to the U.S. Travel Association, a trade group that promotes travel to and within the United States.

In New York City alone, the lack of tourists wiped out 89,000 jobs and resulted in a loss of more than $60 billion in revenue, the state comptroller found.

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  1. Airlines could offer free or discounted one-way tickets in one direction only, of a round trip flight?
    This is the era of Covid.
    Nothing’s too crazy, is it?
    💰

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