Joe Biden has vowed to end the "Muslim Ban on day one."
Trump signed an order on Monday lifting some COVID-19 travel bans. A spokesperson for Biden immediately said the incoming Administration does not intend to do that.
Last week, Delta Air Lines removed two "unruly'' passengers traveling from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to Minneapolis, according to a spokesperson for the airline.
The man had a "toddler level meltdown" because he was told to wear a mask, according to a TikTok user who shared the video.
From December 21 to January 6, no Italian citizen will be able to travel among the country's 20 regions except for work, medical reasons or emergencies.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country's top infectious diseases expert, told CBS News that people traveling for the holidays "are going to get us into even more trouble than we're in right now".
A second term for President Trump would mean more measures to tighten the nation's immigration control.
Residents are required to stay at home and all social gatherings, apart from weddings and funerals, are banned.
A U.S. district judge partially blocked Trump's travel ban by ordering the State Department to process diversity visa lottery applications before the September 30 deadline.
A large European airline will need further government loans to survive, Norwegian's CEO announced.
U.K. government attempts to limit the spread of the virus would have proved more successful if it had not made the "serious mistake" of failing to impose quarantine restrictions on international arrivals.
Those traveling from New York to a handful of other states will need to self-quarantine upon arrival.
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced Thursday that he's signed an executive order that requires travelers coming into the state from states with high COVID-19 infection rates to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Ship captains and crews are seeking immunity from travel and border regulations in response to the pandemic, which prevent them from returning home.
Over 14.7 million people across the globe have been infected since the novel coronavirus was first reported in Wuhan, China.
A self-quarantine could potentially be avoided in some states for those who show proof of a negative test result.
While your European vacation is on hold for the time being, some countries are allowing in U.S. travelers. Here's a country-by-country guide of where you can still travel at the moment.
Those who can work remotely may soon be able to do it from a Caribbean beach, says Barbados Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley.
Texas and Arizona are not among the three states, despite their recent status as two of the newest hotspots for COVID-19.
Delta, United, JetBlue and American Airlines are among the major carriers offering refunds to passengers who are refused boarding.
The travel packages on offer include trips to the island of Hainan in southern China and other "destinations in well-known mountain and natural regions," German travel group TUI announced.
The order will exempt programs that are frequently targeted by anti-immigration activists who claim that they encourage companies to hire foreign employees who will work for less money than equally qualified Americans.
The president told reporters that he did not even know about memos from his top trade adviser warning of the COVID-19 pandemic's impact until he read media accounts of them.
The former vice president said Americans are demanding honesty and steady leadership that they aren't receiving from President Trump amid the ongoing pandemic.
The United Kingdom and Ireland have been added to the United States' travel ban countries amid the coronavirus spread, the White House confirmed Saturday.
Americans abroad scrambled to get back to the U.S. before the ban, hoping to avoid any hassle in case the exemption for U.S. citizens changes or the situation gets worse in the coming days.
The U.S. president announced in a prime time address from the Oval Office there would be a temporary ban on travel from Europe, but there are several exemptions.
The president announced that the U.S. would suspend all travel from Europe, but the restrictions would not apply to the U.K. and Ireland.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard said that if the coronavirus is allowed to reach Hawaii "it will spread like wildfire."