Biden Administration To Ban Most Travel From India  – Coronavirus (COVID-19) – United States

Biden Administration To Ban Most Travel From India – Coronavirus (COVID-19) – United States

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Biden Administration To Ban Most Travel From India


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April 30, 2021, the Biden administration announced that it will
ban travel to the U.S. for individuals who have been present in
India within the past 14 days. According to multiple news reports,
the administration will make a formal announcement later today, and
the travel ban will take effect on Tuesday, May 4 at 12:01 am
ET.

It appears that U.S. Citizens and U.S. Lawful Permanent
Residents will be exempt from this travel ban, which is consistent
with similar travel bans from other regions, and there may be other
exemptions or waivers available as well. A formal announcement is
expected shortly. The ban is based on a recommendation from the
CDC, and is a result of the dramatic increase in COVID cases in
India.

Earlier this week, the United States Embassy in New Delhi
cancelled all visa appointments, and other Consular Posts in India
will likely follow suit. In addition, numerous other countries
banned travel from India earlier this week.

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