Not even close!

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US Still Not Close To Lifting Restrictions on International Travel

Despite intense pressure from the trade and warnings of “dire economic consequences,” the administration has no immediate plans to lift any international travel restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tremendous progress in our vaccination efforts domestically but we want to ensure that we move deliberately and are in a position to sustainably reopen international travel when it is safe to do so

The statement comes one month after the administration launched interagency working groups with the European Union, United Kingdom, Canada and Mexico to examine how to best lift restrictions and ultimately resume free-flowing travel.

A coalition of at least two dozen travel industry associations came together to create a blueprint for the reopening U.S. to international travel.

The travel industry wants to be guided by the science when it’s possible to begin to safely reopen for international travel.