Spannabis, ICBC Announce Cancelation as Travel Ban Set to Take Effect

Spannabis, ICBC Announce Cancelation as Travel Ban Set to Take Effect

As many of the brightest cannabis stars on the planet are in Spain to take part in a last-minute canceled Spannabis, a freshly announced travel ban from Europe over coronavirus included few details for what will happen to U.S., citizens on their way home from Europe pending their health screening.  The general focus of yesterday’s announcement on the travel ban from over 20 European countries was a theme of no foreign nationals who’d visited any of them entering the United States. But among the list of countries included in the travel ban is Spain. With big plans, many of the best cannabis minds in the world converged on Spain to take part in the industries premier annual European adventure, Spannabis. Some planned to stick around for the Barcelona edition of the International Cannabis Business Conference. Spannabis was canceled only two days prior to when the event was set to be held with ICBC being canceled a day before that conference was set to start, leaving prospective attendees without time to adjust their travel plans. In the wee hours of early morning they began to get word of President Donald Trump’s announced travel ban. Trump announced that the U.S. would suspend all travel from Europe, with the exception of the U.K., to the U.S. for 30 days beginning at midnight on Friday, March 13. While U.S. citizens were said to be exempt from the announcement, that still left those Americans in Spain  — as known coronavirus cases are exploding — wondering what exactly would happen to…

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