The E.U. is preparing to end pandemic-era restrictions on visitors from the U.S.
Ambassadors agreed to consider allowing non essential travel for American tourists, including people who have not been vaccinated. CBS' Errol Barnett reports:
Britain is looking at options to ease international travel restrictions, and allowing people with vaccinations to go out of the country, although the spread of the Delta variant has driven a 50% increase in infections since May, according to a study by Imperial College London. The previous lockdown restrictions were in place by the E.U. to deter nonessential travel and slow the growing coronavirus rates during the peak of the pandemic. The decision to reopen travel comes with the growing rate of vaccinations.