US lifts the ban on international travel

The US Department of State announced on Aug. 6 that it was lifting recommendations for US citizens to refrain from international travel, LonelyPlanet reported.

They were introduced on March 19 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Americans can now travel, but with caution due to the unpredictable nature of the virus.

As the newspaper writes, the State Department will monitor the epidemiological situation in different countries of the world and inform the Americans about it. At the same time, each state will be assigned a security level from one to four, depending on the situation with the incidence of the new coronavirus there.

However, most of Europe is not ready to accept American tourists, as the outbreak in the US is still widespread. Also, the border with Canada remains closed.