On July 1, the European Union opened its external borders to nonessential non-EU passport holders for the first time since mid-March, which is when the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic first started ravaging the continent. Ambassadors from the 27 members states decided to lift its travel ban for residents of 15 countries, based on which countries have brought the coronavirus outbreak under control. Unfortunately, as the US currently has the highest number of confirmed infections and the highest number of deaths caused by COVID-19 of any country in the world, Americans (as well as Russians and Brazilians) likely won’t be welcome in Europe anytime soon.

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