The European Union is preparing to ease travel restrictions for those vaccinated with an EU-approved vaccine: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson.
The EU Commission proposed to allow entry to the EU for non-essential reasons for all persons coming from countries who have received the last dose of EU-authorised vaccines, at least 14 days before arrival.
Travelers should be able to prove their vaccination status with a Digital Green Certificate issued by Member States’ authorities, or another certificate recognized as equivalent by virtue of Commission decision.
The Council should review the list of non-EU countries exempted from the travel restriction in light of the updated criteria and continue doing so every 2 weeks.
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