The EU has issued a list of suggestions that should be allowed to enter its nationalities, and the US is not included.
The two curves clearly show that the EU and the US are turning in opposite directions in the fight against the Covid-19 outbreak. New daily cases confirmed in the EU peaked in mid-March and show a marked downward trend with more than 10,000 cases for more than a month. In the USA, new cases are following an upward trend.
The decision is based on whether a country has a similar or better epidemiological situation with Europe and comparable hygiene and restraint measures.
The EU recommended that member states propose to enter China, where the virus appeared, on the condition of mutual regulations. 14 other countries: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay.
The government of New York, Andrew Cuomo, announced on Monday that the government will decide that the reopening of indoor meals in New York will not gradually gradually slow down gradually, as it has been shown to “pose a risk in other states” this week.
Despite these resurrections, the EU is in a position to gradually allow its borders to be reopened to other countries.
But for now, the USA it just doesn’t meet the criteria.
CNN’s Christina Maxouris contributed to reporting.