U.S. Assesses Reopening Travel with Brazil and Europe Despite Surge in Covid-19 Cases

Travel restrictions are unlikely to be relaxed on China and Iran, both of which have contentious relationships with Trump.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The White House has held multiple discussions on reopening travel to the U.S. from the U.K. and other European countries and Brazil, notwithstanding a surge in coronavirus cases, according to people familiar with the matter.

Aides - including officials from the National Security Council, National Economic Council and coronavirus task force - have been weighing the limited reopening while keeping in place restrictions on travel from China and Iran, said the people, who discussed the deliberations on condition of anonymity.

No formal recommendations have been made to President Donald Trump, according to the people, as virus . . .

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