Trump lifted travel restrictions from Brazil; Biden will veto – Negpoca Negócios

Trump lifted travel restrictions from Brazil;  Biden will veto - Negpoca Negócios

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In his last acts, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, on Monday night (18) lifted travel restrictions due to Brazil, the epidemic of Kovid-19, the European Union, the Schengen area and the empire. United from 26 January – one week after leaving office.

The ban is only for China and Iran.

However, President-elect Joe Joden spokesman Jane Saki said the new government would veto the measure due to the ongoing global health crisis.

He wrote on his Twitter account, “With the epidemic worsening, and the more contagious version appearing worldwide, this is not the time to lift the ban on international travel.”

The official note, signed by Trump and Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, suggests that these countries’ decision to lift the sanctions is motivated by their “high confidence” in implementing new health regulations imposed in the United States. 26 January

The new regulations, among other things, require a negative test for Sir-COV-2 coronavirus, done three days before the trip, and another within five days of arrival in North American territory.

The ban on visitors to Brazil for non-essential reasons came into force in May – only residents or people with a proven reason for work can enter. European countries are still vetoing the entry of Americans for non-essential reasons.

The United States is the most affected by the Kovid-19 epidemic in the world, with more than 24 million confirmed cases and nearly 400,000 deaths.

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