President Donald Trump has lifted the travel ban however Joe Biden's administration would not be lifted

On Monday, the number of patients suffering from the corona virus in the US exceeded 24 million. Despite this, outgoing President Donald Trump has issued an executive order. According to the order, the travel ban on Britain, Brazil, Ireland will be lifted. These orders will come into effect from 26 January. These restrictions were imposed due to the epidemic. However, shortly after Trump’s order, elected President Joe Biden’s administration said travel restrictions would not be lifted.

As per the executive order issued by Trump, I remove travel restrictions from 26 European countries coming into the Schengen zone, according to the powers granted by the Donald Trump constitution and the US law. The order lifted restrictions on countries such as Britain, Ireland and Brazil. It says that these are no longer harmful to the interests of America. This order will come into effect on January 26 from 12 o’clock in the night. However, Joe Biden’s press secretary has opposed it.

Biden’s press secretary Jane Sakchi tweeted, “On the advice of our medical team, the administration does not intend to lift these restrictions from 26 January.” The epidemic is making the situation worse and cases of infection are increasing worldwide. As such, this is not the time to lift the ban on international travel. Basically we plan to strengthen public health measures around international travel to further reduce the spread of Covid-19. ‘

President Donald Trump has lifted  the travel ban however  Joe Biden's administration would not be lifted
President Donald Trump has lifted the travel ban however Joe Biden’s administration would not be lifted

Please tell that Trump will leave his post on Wednesday. At the same time, this order will come into effect about a week after his term ends. Which the Biden administration has announced to stop. Last week, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention signed an order requiring all air travelers to enter the United States from January 26 to present a negative report of Covid-19 or proof of recovery from infection .