US will not lift international travel ban yet despite pressure: White House
Let us tell you that the Biden administration is under pressure to lift the international travel ban. The US government has taken this step to prevent corona infection. However, industry group people are not happy with his decision.
The threat of corona epidemic is still there all over the world. The spread of infection from the delta variant has accelerated in the US. A White House official told Reuters on Wednesday that the Biden administration would not immediately lift any international travel restrictions. Even the administration is in no mood to bow down to mounting pressure from US business groups and lawmakers. In June the administration launched interagency working groups with the European Union, the United Kingdom, Canada and Mexico to look at how to lift restrictions and resume travel.
A White House official further told Reuters that we have made tremendous progress in our vaccination domestically, as have all countries. Before we reopen international travel, we want to make sure it is safe to do so.
Let us tell you that the Biden administration is under pressure to lift the international travel ban. The US government has taken this step to prevent corona infection. However, people in the travel industry group are not happy with his decision. Industry groups say that international travel restrictions should be lifted, given that the second wave of coronavirus has subsided around the world and vaccination rates have increased in the US. On this, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says that health officials are being consulted on lifting the international travel ban.
Let us inform that the German government has lifted the ban for Indian citizens, relaxing the international travel restrictions. Germany has lifted the ban on India, the UK and three other countries. However, Canada still imposed travel restrictions for Indian nationals. Due to the deadly delta variant of Corona, there are some other countries which have so far imposed international travel restrictions.