Twenty-Seven on Monday cleared the way to re-enforce travel restrictions targeting tourists from Canada, Australia and Argentina, although member countries are likely to be exempted from vaccinated travelers.
Due to the Kovid-19 pandemic, the EU closed its external borders in March 2020 for unnecessary travel and compiled a regular list of third countries authorized to travel, even if not vaccinated. To the so-called Europe of unnecessary travel.
In the wake of the spread of the highly contagious Omicron variant, the European Council approved the removal of Canada, Argentina and Australia from the list.
In practice, “non-essential travel to the EU from countries or organizations not listed on this list is subject to temporary travel restrictions,” the company said in a statement.
However, the states that retained the last word in the health sector had the option of “lifting temporary restrictions on unnecessary travel to the EU for fully vaccinated travelers” in line with Decision Twenty-seven. May.
To establish their list, Europeans rely on themselves specifically on the epidemiological situation in the country, the number of contaminants, the progress of vaccination campaigns, as well as the reliability of the data.
About fifteen countries are now on the list (Chile, Indonesia, South Korea, New Zealand, etc.): However, travelers coming from there may be subject to inspections by European destination states, such as forty.