EU Adds More Third Countries To The Safe List: EU Safe Travel Countries List

EU Adds More Third Countries To The Safe List

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More third-countries citizens will benefit from restriction-free entry to the European Union and Schengen Area Member States.

The EU is adding 11 countries including Canada to the bloc’s approved travel list allowing restriction-free entry for non-essential purposes.

The following eleven countries will be added to the list:
* Armenia
* Azerbaijan
* Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Brunei
* Canada
* Jordan

The following eleven countries will be added to the list: * Kosovo
* Moldova
* Montenegro
* Qatar
* Saudi Arabia

All 11 of these countries have recorded a low number of COVID-19 cases recently.

Currently on the list are Albania, Australia, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Rwanda, Serbia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and the United States.

Once again, the United Kingdom has been left out of the list due to the widely spread Delta variant in its territory.

In total, citizens of 25 countries from outside the EU could make non-essential trips to any of its member states.

03:17 – EU Reopening Strategy

The move to add these countries to the list is part of the EU’s reopening strategy, through which the bloc intends to slowly reopen for travellers from third countries with a low number of COVID-19 cases reported.

While the EU recommends to the Member States to reopen their borders to the residents of these countries completely restriction-free, the Member States may still impose restrictions like a negative Coronavirus test or self-isolation.

In addition, the member states are not legally bound in applying to the EU Council’s list, but they should base their own national lists on it.

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