Day: August 1, 2020

DC inspector sent to Trump International Hotel finds no COVID-19-related violations

The investigator was sent following reports of unmasked gatherings.

On Wednesday, after images emerged appearing to show multiple instances of guests not wearing masks on Trump-owned properties, a Washington, D.C. investigator inspected President Donald Trump’s Washington hotel and found no violations related to the coronavirus.

The Alcohol Beverage Regulation Administration said guests and staff were observed to be wearing face masks and coverings in compliance with Mayor Muriel Bowser’s regulations.

The agency said it will continue to monitor the president’s hotel for compliance.

A planned “No Masks Allowed” party scheduled to be held at the D.C. hotel this weekend appears to have been called off following ABC News’ report on the event, according to the Facebook events page which now reads: “This event was canceled.”

Wednesday’s inspection follows a report by ABC News

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Where can Americans travel now amid bans in many destinations?

People traveling from the U.S. are banned in popular destinations around the world due to large spikes in coronavirus cases in several states.

Americans looking for a summer vacation destination have a dilemma on their hands as they ask, “Where am I allowed to travel right now?”

The Department of State issued a warning in March to all U.S. citizens against international travel, saying “your travel plans may be severely disrupted, and you may be forced to remain outside of the United States for an indefinite time frame.” The CDC also warns against nonessential travel.

Besides warnings within the country, people traveling from the U.S. are banned in popular destinations around the world due to large spikes in coronavirus cases in several states.

The European Union is turning away American visitors, and Mexico and Canada have closed their land borders, but there are still some options available for those who

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