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The White House has amended its May 24 proclamation banning entry of foreign nationals who have recently been in Brazil, changing the implementation date to today, May 26. Previously, it was set to take effect Thursday.
Background: The White House issued its initial proclamation on travel from Brazil on Sunday, citing the ongoing widespread transmission of COVID-19 in Brazil. As of this morning, the World Health Organization reported that Brazil had 363,211 confirmed cases, the second highest number of cases after the United States.
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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