The EU has announced them 14 countries whose citizens are considered “secure” to remain from 1 July, despite the pandemic – but the United States is excluded, Brazil and China.
The European Union will open its borders on July 1, as officially announced 14 foreign countries that are considered "safe" despite the pandemic of coronavirus. However, off the list……. found USA, Brazil and finally China.
The "green light" was received by travelers from:
- New Zealand,
- South Korea,
- and Uruguay
The list will be updated to 15 days.
Travel within the EU is now free in the Schengen area 27 Members usually allow borderless border crossings for EU citizens.
The issue now is the implementation of the list, which is not binding on EU Member States.
The same time, as the BBC writes, The European Union appears ready to add China to the "white list", in the event that Beijing opens the country's borders to Europeans as well.
Most controls on Europe's internal borders, imposed on the great outbreak of the coronation pandemic in the Old Continent, have now been removed.
The Greek government has announced that it intends to follow the list of the European Union, while at the same time announcing that it will ban direct flights from Britain and Sweden until July 15..
As the BBC points out, Nevertheless, Britain is currently negotiating "safe air bridges" with several European Union member states., so that the crisis of the crown does not "brake" the holidays of its citizens.