In the article there is no literal mention that the border restrictions are "indefinite". That's a very loose interpretation of the CDC directive. The actual mechanism is mentioned directly in the article itself: "While C.D.C officials will review the dangers posed by the virus to the American public every 30 days, the new order essentially means that the border will be closed to immigrants until Mr. Redfield explicitly says otherwise". I'm not sure why this is controversial. If an explicit order was given in the first place, wouldn't you expect ANOTHER explicit order to nullify the former?
But beyond that, when you have 36 million Americans out of work, shouldn't you give these people the priority to get back to work first when the economy kicks in high gear because, you know, they're Americans?
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