Your statements are incorrect. The US travel ban on people who have been in the Schengen Area does not expire today at all.
Proclamation 9993 states:
Sec. 4. Termination. This proclamation shall remain in effect until terminated by the President. The Secretary of Health and Human Services shall recommend that the President continue, modify, or terminate this proclamation as described in section 5 of Proclamation 9984, as amended.
So there was never a 30-day limit. It remains in place as long as needed, and it seems unlikely this will change anytime soon.
Note however that the ban is on non-US citizens who have been in the listed countries in the last 14 days, not citizens or permanent residents of those countries. So you could try to travel to another country and wait for 14 days and then travel to the US.
There are however a lot of things that would hamper such an attempt:
- many countries ban entry likewise (or even altogether).
- There are similar US bans for many other countries, and they may add more
- Most European countries ban any unnecessary travel
- Plane travel is probably one of the worst possible things you could do to try to avoid catching the virus and/or spreading it around.
So I very very strongly recommend you stay where you are and wait for things to calm down.