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The European Commission proposed, on Monday, to re-authorize the entry into the EU of foreigners fully vaccinated against Covid-19 or coming from countries whose epidemiological situation is considered good.
Tourists coming back to France soon? As the summer holidays approach, the European Commission proposed, Monday, May 3, to allow entry into the EU to travelers from third countries who have received the necessary doses of anti-Covid vaccines authorized at European level, according to a statement.
“The Commission proposes to allow entry into the EU for non-essential reasons not only for all people coming from countries with a good epidemiological situation but also for all people who have received the last recommended dose of an authorized vaccine by the EU, “said the Brussels executive in a press release.
“This could be extended to vaccines that have completed the WHO registration procedure for emergency use. In addition, the Commission proposes to raise (…) the threshold for the number of new cases of COVID-19 used to establish a list of countries from which all travel should be authorized “, she added, specifying that this should lead to an extension of this list.
With AFP and Reuters