Washington: US President Joe Biden will once again formally impose travel restrictions associated with the Kovid-19 on non-US travelers arriving from Brazil, Ireland, Britain and 26 other European countries.
South Africa will also be included in the list of these banned countries
Two White House officials gave this information on condition of anonymity. He also informed that South Africa will also be included in the list of banned countries in view of the threat of new forms of the virus. Former US President Donald Trump spoke of lifting the travel ban in the last days of his term.
Biden signed several executive orders last week
Biden’s decision to reverse this order is not surprising, but the decision to include South Africa in it underscores the new administration’s concern about the virus. Although not a single case of the new form of corona virus which has been reported in South Africa has been reported in the US, but cases of the new format which have been exposed in Britain have been reported in many states. Biden signed several executive orders last week to deal with the Kovid-19 challenge.
In these, corona virus screening and isolation has been made mandatory for people of the age of two years or more coming to America from abroad.
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