Fully vaccinated travellers should be exempt from restrictions, says Brussels

Travellers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have recovered from the disease should be completely exempt from any restrictions such as testing and quarantine, when moving around the European Union, says Brussels.

The recommendation comes as the bloc prepares to roll out its first EU-wide travel pass to facilitate cross-border movement during the pandemic.

The law for the travel pass foresees EU countries refraining from imposing travel restrictions on those holding one.

However, it opens the door for additional measures in case the health situation deteriorates or new variants are detected. It also leaves unanswered questions around what happens to those who have not obtained the pass but intend to travel.


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