As the number of Covid cases rises, US tourists are removing from the EU’s safe list.
EU travel restrictions “Following an increase in Covid-19 cases in the United Nations, the European Union proposed on Monday”
that Americans be barred from non-essential travel to its member states.
Nations in the 27-nation bloc, including France, Italy, and Germany, have been urged to restore
coronavirus-related restrictions and stop visitors from the United States and five other countries from arriving.
The advice is non-binding for EU member states and currently applies to Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon,
Montenegro, and the Republic of North Macedonia.
That implies each EU nation must determine whether or not to allow “non-essential travel to the EU for
fully vaccinated individuals.”
In May, Europe began to open up to US visitors, with locations that rely on tourist money from across the
Atlantic keen to recover huge losses suffered during previous lockdowns.
In June, the European Council, the EU’s governing body, proposed that 14 nations, including the United
States, be allow to travel freely throughout the union.
Covid-19 infections in the United States, on the other hand, have risen sharply in recent weeks as the
extremely contagious Delta form spreads among unvaccinated Americans. Cases of Covid-19 in
youngsters have also risen to levels not seen since the winter.
“What is happening today is completely foreseeable, but also utterly avoidable.
And you know we have the ability to turn this around with vaccinations, don’t you?
“Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease specialist for the US government, and stated as much.
“If we simply get those individuals to vaccinate but, we can turn this around and do it effectively and fast.”
So According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and 52.1 percent of the
the population is completely vaccinated as of Saturday.
So According to statistics from federal health authorities and Johns Hopkins University, Florida had the
So highest Covid-19 hospitalization rate in the nation on Saturday and, with 75 people per 100,000 inhabitants in hospitals with the virus.
It also hit a new pandemic high for Covid-19 infections on Friday, but with 690.5 new cases per 100,000
individuals reported each day from August 20 to August 26, according to state statistics.
In South Carolina, Louisiana, and Texas, less than half of the population is completely vaccinate.
According to studies, complete immunization is requir for optimum protection against the Delta form.
Several hospitals in those four states, including Florida, South Carolina, Texas, and Louisiana, are
experiencing oxygen shortages.
According to state health authorities and hospital specialists, some people are in danger of having t utilize their backup supply or running out of oxygen soon.