Trump Extends Travel Ban to UK and Ireland, Tests Negative for COVID-19

Trump Extends Travel Ban to UK and Ireland, Tests Negative for COVID-19

President Donald Trump, surrounded by members of the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force, discusses the national emergency at a Saturday press conference. Photo: Jim Watson (Getty)Now if only we could get him to stop shaking so many people’s hands.Members of the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force led a press conference Saturday to discuss increased precautionary…

Here is how Trump’s travel restriction on Europe will work, and precisely who it uses to

Here is how Trump’s travel restriction on Europe will work, and precisely who it uses to

US President Donald Trump has banned travel from 26 other countries for 30 days in a bid to halt the spread of the coronavirus.Trump abruptly announced the ban on Wednesday, shocking Europe and the markets, sending airline stocks plunging, and forcing the White House to issue urgent clarifications.The ban stops travel from 26 countries, and…

Trump’s coronavirus travel restriction leaves out the countries where he has golf courses struggling for company

Trump’s coronavirus travel restriction leaves out the countries where he has golf courses struggling for company

President Donald Trump’s new coronavirus-related travel restrictions on Europe initially did not extend to the two European countries where he has golf courses: the UK and Ireland.The 30-day travel ban announced Wednesday only targeted 26 countries that are part of a visa-free travel area known as the Schengen Area. The UK and Ireland are not…

U.S. Travel Ban Extended to United Kingdom and Ireland Over Coronavirus

(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump announced Saturday that the United States will broaden its European travel ban, adding the United Kingdom and Ireland to its list, and was considering imposing restrictions on travel within the U.S. to areas hit hard by the coronavirus spread. Under the restrictions on European travel, American citizens, green card holders…

US travel industry to Chinese tourists: What trade war?

Washington, D.C., has dangled hotel discounts tied to the Chinese Lunar New Year. Arizona has promoted its outdoor attractions to draw visitors during another popular Chinese holiday. San Francisco has expanded its social media presence on Chinese apps to market year-round travel to millennial tourists. Across the country, the U.S. tourism industry is trying to…

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