The White House Coronavirus Task Force has reportedly backed a plan that would let the United States allow travelers from Brazil, the United Kingdom and various states across the European Union. The plan is awaiting President Trump’s approval but would repeal travel policies that have been in effect since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Travel for Americans into those same countries would not be guaranteed as part of the plan, however. In this Monday, Sept. 9, 2019 file photo, a British Airways plane, at left, is towed past other planes sitting parked at Heathrow Airport in London. British Airways said Tuesday Nov. 17, 2020, that it will start testing passengers flying from the U.S. to London’s Heathrow Airport for COVID-19 in an effort to persuade the British government it should scrap rules requiring most international travelers to quarantine for 14 days. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File) Two officials claimed that the task force made the recommendation despite reservations from some members, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) strongly opposed resuming travel operations — going so far as to call such plans “reckless,” CNBC reported. DELTA AIR LINES PUTS 700 PASSENGERS ON NO-FLY LIST OVER COVID-19 MASK RULESA key element of


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