The statement partly reads, “I have determined that it is in the interests of the United States to take action to limit and suspend entry into the United States, as immigrants or non-immigrants, of all aliens physically present in the Republic of the Federation. Brazil for a period of 14 days before their entry or attempt to enter the United States. “The proclamation aims to limit the spread of the corona virus that entered the United States from Brazil, the country with the second most cases in the world, according to Johns. Hopkins University. On Sunday night, Brazil had more than 347,000 confirmed cases of the corona virus. “Today’s action will help ensure that foreign nationals who are already in Brazil do not become a source of additional infection in our country,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Sunday. “This new restriction does not apply to trade flows between the United States and Brazil.” Earlier on Sunday, national security adviser Robert O’Brien said that the Trump administration would likely announce new restrictions on its trip to Brazil. , during an interview with CBS “Face the Nation,” White House officials said “the hope will be temporary.” He said the White House would “look at other countries on a country-by-country basis” in the region. Asked about reporting that European travel restrictions from mid-March came too late to stop the spread of the virus throughout the US, O’Brien underlined Trump’s decision to limit some trips to China but advised US officials not to realize that people traveling through Europe from China could bringing Covid-19 to America in the weeks before European travel restrictions were imposed. “We did not know in time but we later learned that China continues to allow people to travel from Wuhan to Europe,” he said. Coronavirus has not yet reached its peak in Sao Paulo, the largest city in Brazil and the most infected, but the health care system has begun to malfunction. As the crisis deepened and the number of deaths continued to increase, President Jair Bolsonaro urged the company to reopen. He opposed many governors who emphasized socially distancing measures to slow the spread. Away from the hospital, native Brazilians are dying at an alarming rate. The death toll is twice that of the rest of the Brazilian population, according to the Brazilian Indigenous Peoples Articulation advocacy group. APIB has recorded more than 980 officially confirmed coronavirus cases and at least 125 deaths, which shows a 12.6% mortality rate. – Compared to the national rate of 6.4%. .
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