The list of countries from which entry into the EU is permitted has been updated

The list of countries from which entry into the EU is permitted has been updated

The list was once again reduced against the background of the second wave of coronavirus in the world. Ukraine was not included in the list again.
The European Union has updated the list of countries from which it is recommended to remove restrictions on entry. This was reported by the press service of the Council of Europe on Thursday, October 22.

The EU has once again reduced the list: citizens of Canada, Georgia, and Tunisia will no longer be able to travel freely in Europe. At the same time, Singapore was added to the list. Ukraine was not included in the list again.

It is now included in the list:

Australia,
New Zealand,
Rwanda,
Singapore,
Thailand,
Uruguay,
South Korea,
Japan,
China (subject to confirmation of reciprocity).
However, residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican should be considered as EU residents in this recommendation.

On the eve, Spain was the first country in the EU to cross the threshold of a million cases of coronavirus. Already today, France has crossed this threshold. According to the latest data, the country has 1,000,369 infections. More than 34 thousand patients have died.

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