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U.S. Panels to Study Reopening Canada, Mexico, EU, U.K. Travel

U.K. Reopens Travel to 12 Locations After Covid Ban
Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

The Biden administration is forming working groups with Canada, Mexico, the EU and the U.K. to examine how to reopen international travel as the coronavirus pandemic eases, a White House official said Wednesday.

The announcement, which came shortly before President Joe Biden arrived in the U.K. for a Group of Seven summit, comes as international allies and airlines have pushed the White House to ease travel restrictions amid a decrease in U.S. coronavirus cases.