WASHINGTON (WDHN) — The European Union opened its borders Tuesday to 14 countries but not the United States.
The EU not only excluded the United States, but also Brazil, Russia, and other countries with high infection rates.
The European Council President Charles Michel tweeted, “We have to remain vigilant and keep our most vulnerable safe.”
Britain left the EU in January, so it maintains its own regulations, requiring any incoming travelers to quarantine for 14 days.
With summer being the top season for tourism in Europe, natives worry about their businesses.
President Donald Trump suspended entry of most Europeans to the United States in March.