On Wednesday, ambassadors for the 27 EU member states announced that fully vaccinated travellers will be able to enter the bloc this summer.
Commission spokesman, Christian Wigand, told reporters that representatives of the countries had come to an agreement – but it still needed to be formally adopted by the European Council. It is something “which we understand will happen very soon”, he confirmed.
With the summer tourism season just around the corner, the EU is currently working on coordinating its external border measures and finalising the details. Here’s what we know so far.
Will I be able to travel to the EU this summer?
After closing external borders in March 2020, travel
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