Many countries around the world have banned global visitors, but a few are slowly reopening their borders as these counties bring their coronavirus outbreaks in check. However most countries are excluding travelers from the United States, and other countries, currently struggling with the virus.
The Unted States has more coronavirus cases and deaths compared to anyplace in the world, and disease rates have recently attained new heights. The State Department is telling Americans to prevent all global travel and also to contact countries’ embassies to find out what entry restrictions and requirements they have. Here many of these countries which have blocked US vacationers.
A boundary travel area which encircles 26 states, the Schengen area, blocked travel from the United States to its member nations, along with four other European countries chose to follow the same rules. Its borders reopened from July, but abandoned out the US. European diplomats said since its cases were high that they considered such as the US. The countries where US vacationers are blocked are:
The Caribbean island nation closed the borders on July 19 to US visitors, but left them open for those coming from Canada, the United Kingdom, and the European Union. It’d reopened its borders .
“Our present situation demands decisive actions if we are to prevent being overrun and being conquered by this virus,” Prime Minister Hubert Minnis stated.
China blocked the entry of travelers from every country in March, aiming to prevent a wave of the virus after it got its outbreak under control. The ban on US travelers remains set up. The US is one of the many countries that Japan has banned people from, and when they arrive at Japan, nationals who have already been at any time in the 14 days in the US must quarantine.
New Zealand’s border is closed to virtually all travelers, including US tourists. Virtually no traffic are allowed at the moment. Brazil has banned foreigners from entering by air, land, and sea, except in unique circumstances. Argentina has closed its borders to non-residents and foreign nationals, banning flights. Travelers have been blocked by Peru, except its citizens returning. International boundaries are closed.
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