The Associated Press reports:
The European Union recommended Monday that its 27 nations reinstate restrictions on tourists from the U.S. because of rising coronavirus infections there.
The decision by the European Council to remove the U.S. from a safe list of countries for nonessential travel reverses advice that it gave in June, when the bloc recommended lifting restrictions on U.S. travelers before the summer tourism season.
The guidance is nonbinding, however, and U.S. travelers should expect a mishmash of travel rules across the continent. The EU has no unified COVID-19 tourism policy and national EU governments have the authority to decide whether they keep their borders open to U.S. tourists.
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EU has taken US off its safe travel list due to rising Covid infections and has recommended to state members reinstating restrictions on US travelers that were lifted in June. US has yet to reopen its own borders to EU and UK travelers, banned by Bidenhttps://t.co/6jNdLMTSgi
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