Joe Biden may not attend the G7 summit in the UK in June in person if Covid restrictions are still in place, the White House has said. World leaders are expected to gather in Cornwall for the summit hosted by Boris Johnson between June 11 and 13. It has been anticipated as potentially Mr Biden's first trip abroad as US president. Asked by The Telegraph if the president would physically go to the summit, Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, said there was "certainly a possibility" that he would not. Whether he makes the trip will depend on how the pandemic develops over the next few months, and the advice of his medical team. Ms Psaki said: “In terms of whether or not he will travel, we haven't made a determination on that at this point. "It will be related to Covid restrictions and the advice of our health and medical team, and I expect as we get closer we’ll have more of an update." Asked if that meant there was a possibility he would not fly to the UK for the event, Ms Psaki said: "We’ll evaluate as we get closer. There’s certainly a possibility, but we’re several months away."