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The White House issued a proclamation today imposing a travel ban on travelers who have recently been to Brazil.
Background: The proclamation cites ongoing widespread transmission of COVID-19 in Brazil. As of May 23, the World Health Organization reported that Brazil had 310,087 confirmed cases, the third highest number of confirmed cases in the world after the U.S. and Russia.
BAL Analysis: Employers should account for affected employees and reschedule travel if necessary. BAL is closely monitoring COVID-19 developments and will update clients as new information becomes available.
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