"The US has better COVID numbers than several EU states..."
Once again, you are cherry-picking number to make a point (incidentally, it is that sort of weird stuff coming from your leader that makes many sensible people wary of your country). Anyway, since you like facts and "facts", just for you I'll note that, despite having only middling success in testing, the US has a higher recorded infection rate than nearly anywhere in Europe (indeed, if you discount the microstates, I believe only Spain is worse). Infections (no matter how many have been missed on either side of the Atlantic), is a key number, not deaths, because dead people, by and large, don't go on holiday. What's more, making decision on opening up to non-Europeans is bound to be affected not just by historical infections but by current rates of "new cases" - and the numbers aren't coming down as fast in the US like they are in many other countries.
I'd be confident the US Americans and other colonials will be let in by Autumn, with just the "new normal" restrictions, but I'd also expect they won't be amongst the first groups in July. Indeed both Spain and Italy have already made it clear they won't be, despite in Spain's case historical & friendly ties with much of the central & southern Americas.
Finally, the tourism industry is important - vital to some countries - but the biggest source of tourism for every western European country is, by a large measure, domestic and other European visitors. Long-haul is not insignificant, of course, but a lesser priority for governments wanting to get things going again.