Vaccinated American tourists will be allowed to travel to the European Union this summer


The statement was made by European Commission President Ursula von Der Lane in an interview with the New York Times on Sunday. The date needs to be specified.

Americans who have been vaccinated against Kovid-19 will be able to travel to Europe this summer. Ursula von der Lane, President of the European Commission, said in an interview New York Times Vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) are unconditionally accepted by 27 members of the Union. The second approved three vaccines, Modena, Pfizer / Biotech and Johnson & Johnson. “Americans, as far as I know, use vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency.”, Said von der Lane. “This will allow for free movement and travel to the European Union.” “Because one thing is clear: each of the 27 member states unconditionally accepts EMAA-approved vaccines for all who receive the vaccine.”, She clarified.

However, they did not specify when the Atlantic voyage would resume. The European Union stopped major “non-essential” travel a year ago.

EU countries have agreed to issue Kovid-19 travel passes this month, which will make it easier to get vaccinated against the disease, recover from an infection or test negative for travel.

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