A White House proclamation imposing an entry ban on foreign nationals who have been in Brazil in the past two weeks took effect Tuesday. It is one of a number of COVID-19 travel restrictions that remain in effect even as states, localities and businesses move to reopen.
Current restrictions are as follows:
BAL Analysis: Travel to the U.S. remains limited by country-based entry bans, the suspension of entry for immigrant visa applicants, limitations on consular services abroad, and the suspension of non-essential travel across the U.S.-Canada and U.S.-Mexico borders. Employers should account for affected employees and reschedule travel if necessary. BAL continues to closely monitor COVID-19 related developments, including potential new restrictions, and will provide updates as new information becomes available.
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