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A first list is made. Only citizens from 15 countries will be able to re-enter the European Union as of Wednesday, July 1, the date of reopening of the borders closed in March to contain the contagion of Covid-19.


The news is advanced by the Europa Press agency, which cites European sources and includes the names of countries whose nationals will be the first to enter the EU: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, Georgia and China. In the case of China, the lifting of the entry veto will be subject to reciprocity.



The principle of agreement on the epidemiological criteria that third countries must meet in order for their nationals to travel to the European Union was reached this Friday, says the agency, adding, however, that not all member states responded within the deadline , so the commitment needs to be fine-tuned, which will be carried out throughout this Sunday.


According to Europa Press, the list of 15 is likely to be modified, always based on epidemiological criteria.


For now, countries like the United States, Russia and Brazil are left out, where the epidemiological situation does not offer security for fear of new outbreaks.


Source: https://jornaleconomico.sapo.pt



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EU reopens borders on July 1 to citizens of only 15 countries

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A first list is made. Only citizens from 15 countries will be able to re-enter the European Union as of Wednesday, July 1, the date of reopening of the borders closed in March to contain the contagion of Covid-19.


The news is advanced by the Europa Press agency, which cites European sources and includes the names of countries whose nationals will be the first to enter the EU: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, Georgia and China. In the case of China, the lifting of the entry veto will be subject to reciprocity.



The principle of agreement on the epidemiological criteria that third countries must meet in order for their nationals to travel to the European Union was reached this Friday, says the agency, adding, however, that not all member states responded within the deadline , so the commitment needs to be fine-tuned, which will be carried out throughout this Sunday.


According to Europa Press, the list of 15 is likely to be modified, always based on epidemiological criteria.


For now, countries like the United States, Russia and Brazil are left out, where the epidemiological situation does not offer security for fear of new outbreaks.


Source: https://jornaleconomico.sapo.pt



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