Why Do U.S. Travel Restrictions Punish the Most Vaccinated Countries? | National Review

Why Do U.S. Travel Restrictions Punish the Most Vaccinated Countries? | National Review


President Joe Biden delivers remarks in the East Room at the White House in Washington, D.C., August 18, 2021. (Elizabeth Frantz/Reuters)

A reader pointed out the perfect illustration of the utter absurdity of the Biden administration’s travel restrictions. Iceland has about 277,000 adults, who make up about 75.5 percent of the population; 73 percent of Iceland citizens are fully vaccinated. Iceland may well be the most vaccinated country in the entire world.

Iceland, of course, is on the Biden administration’s list of countries where entry is restricted. Malta, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Belgium, San Marino, France and Ireland are all pretty high, with at least 69 percent of all citizens fully vaccinated… but they’re all on the Biden restricted list.

A whole lot of countries are competing for the title of least vaccinated country on the globe, among them the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Yemen, South Sudan, Chad, Haiti, Turkmenistan, and Cameroon. None of those countries are on the Biden administration’s list of countries where entry is restricted.





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