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Why the United States might not open up to international travelers any time soon

Reuters Thursday, 14 May 2020
The U.S. government largely shut down international travel to the United States in March with a series of rapid-fire moves, but restarting it will likely be a longer, more piecemeal process that could be complicated by rising tensions with China.
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