EU member states agree to restrict traffic limited by Covid-19 with visitors from 8 countries and territories, including the United States.
European Union officials and diplomats (EU) today said that the list of countries and territories are exempted from travel orders expanded to the US, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau
EU Member States can still choose to request visitors from these areas to test Covid-19 or done quarantine, but once the new list is approved, the recommendation is recommended that they should be exempt
Passengers wearing masks at Fiumicino International Airport, Rome, Italy in June 2020.
Due to the translation of Covid-19, EU countries have closed the margin of uncomfortable travel in March 3/2020.
Japan, Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, Korea and Thailand are on the previous approved list.
Countries can be included in the EU travel restriction list if they recorded under 75 Covid-19 cases of over 100,000 people in the past 14 days.
News was given a day after Brussels and Washington agreed to strengthen relations after the meeting between US President Joe Biden and two EU leaders Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel.