May 3, 2021 – 10:47 p.m.
The European Union (EU) plans to reopen to non-EU tourists. But in Germany the immediate break of restaurants and meetings outside the family remains
Of Francesca Basso, Christina Cisec, Luigi Ipolito, Giuseppe Sarsina
Tourism at full speed. The EU cannot afford another summer of crisis, and is trying to find a safer solution to bring back non-EU citizens, especially those from the US, UK and Israel, where vaccination rates are low. The Commission has recommended that not only all people enter the European Union for unavoidable reasons Not just from countries with good epidemiological conditions, but for everyone Recipient of the latest recommended dose of the Union-approved Kovid vaccine. Since March 2020, external borders have been blocked for non-essential travel.
Ursula von der Lane, President of the European Commission
Boundaries and health are national competencies, so they are non-mandatory recommendations, The final word belongs to individual member states, which may still impose inspections or embargoes. The ambassadors of the European Union will discuss this tomorrow. Attempt is a concerted approach. The Commission also proposes to relax the requirements for classifying countries as epidemiologically safe (the list so far includes Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand), and quadruples the number of positives per 100,000 people. This should allow the Council to expand the list of countries that allow travel. If the epidemiological situation in a non-EU country deteriorates rapidly or a variant of anxiety is found, this proposal also provides for the introduction of some flexibility and immediate brakes: a member state may be suspended immediately. EU citizens residing in that country.
EU Commission President Ursula von Der Lane was expected in an interview at the end of April to open the door to U.S. citizens who have been vaccinated. New York Times, But without details. The Commission recommends that member states allow Recipient’s trip to EU, at least 14 days prior to arrival, The latest recommended dose of one of the four vaccines approved in the European Union: Pfizer-Biotech, Modena, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson’s single dose (Johnson & Johnson’s serum). Permits can be extended to vaccines that have completed the World Health Organization’s emergency use process. For children currently excluded from immunizations, they can travel with vaccination parents if they have passed the PCR test with a negative result in the most recent 72 hours before reaching their destination. At the same time, member states and the European Union Parliament must quickly agree to the launch of the Green Digital Certificate.
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