US warning international travelers of 'long lines' Monday

The United States is preparing for long lines and delays on Monday as the White House lifts restrictions on international travel for fully vaccinated foreign nationals, a senior official told Reuters late on Friday.

The Biden administration "expects pent-up demand for travel, which means longer than normal wait times for travelers," the official said, adding the administration was boosting staffing to pre-pandemic levels, and "long lines are expected in the initial days following pent-up demand."

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