Trump imposes travel restrictions on Brazil

has more, with over 1.6 million. Robert O’Brien says administration is looking at cutting off travel from Brazil amid coronavirus pandemic

National security adviser Robert O’Brien said Sunday on “Face the Nation” that Mr. residents, their spouses, legal guardians of permanent residents under the age of 21 and other groups.”Today’s action will help ensure foreign nationals who have been in Brazil do not become a source of additional infections in our country,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said in a statement. Only the U.S. Foreigners will not be allowed to travel to the U.S. “These new restrictions do not apply to the flow of commerce between the United States and Brazil.”

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Brazil has more than 347,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University. O’Brien also said Sunday that the White House will be looking into more travel restrictions from the southern hemisphere “on a country-by-country basis.”

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First published on May 24, 2020 / 7:08 PM if they have been in Brazil any time during the 14-days prior to when they are scheduled to travel to the U.S. The travel ban does not apply to permanent U.S. Trump imposes travel restrictions on Brazil in response to coronavirus

By Jordan Freiman

Updated on: May 25, 2020 / 7:44 AM
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White House bans travel from Brazil

President Trump on Sunday imposed new travel restrictions on Brazil, one of the countries hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Cases have also been surging in India. Trump was considering a travel ban from Brazil as the country overtook Russia for the second-most confirmed cases.”We hope that’ll be temporary, but because of the situation in Brazil, we’re going to take every step necessary to protect the American people,” O’Brien said.As cases surge in Brazil, and begin to dwindle in East Asia and Europe, the World Health Organization is calling South America the new epicenter of the pandemic.