Nearly six months ago, all the way back in mid-March, the Trump administration issued an order banning travel from Europe, Brazil, Iran and China. There was an exception to this rule: U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents and their family members have been permitted to reenter the country as long as they flew into one of 15 designated American airports, and underwent an enhanced entry screening. But on Monday, September 7, this policy changed, according to Yahoo News, which broke the story. Here’s what you need to know about the updated travel regulations.
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