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Tuesday 9 November 2021

Brussels, Belgium
New York Times reporting by Elian Peltier. On Nov. 8, the United States lifted an 18-month ban on international tourists, as long as they show proof of vaccination and a negative coronavirus test. The lifting of the travel ban will allow couples and families to reunite after 18 months of missed reunions, births, weddings and funerals. It also ends a diplomatic tussle between the United States and the European Union, where thousands had turned to social media to press governments to end the ban, using the hashtag #LoveIsNotTourism. The land borders with Canada and Mexico were also reopening for international visitors who are fully vaccinated and U.S. citizens residing in those countries, as well as U.S. tourists returning home.