The EU plans to lift Covid quarantine rules for vaccinated people from 1 July
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The EU plans to lift Covid quarantine rules for vaccinated people from 1 July

A system will be ready on July 1st that will allow member states to issue digital Covid passports to citizens, confirm their status and allow them to travel.

The starter pistol was released to people living in the EU during the summer vacation period from July 1, when Brussels proposed lifting all quarantine obligations for people fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

From Tuesday, a system will be in place that will enable member states to issue digital Covid passports to citizens, confirm their status and allow them to travel. As infection rates continue to fall in the block, a July 1 deadline will be set for all 27 EU countries to accept documents as sufficient evidence of vaccination to lift restrictions. A negative test result or proof of recovery after an infection grants the certificate holder the same rights.

The European Commission has proposed a standard expiration date for testing: 72 hours prior to travel for PCR testing and 48 hours for rapid antigen testing. According to the application, children of fully vaccinated persons are also exempted from quarantine, and at least no person under the age of six is required to take the test.
Many countries may have a higher age limit for examining minors. Fully vaccinated travelers from the UK are expected to benefit from the Covid Passport system, but with the new option first discovered in India, EU governments can continue to impose restrictions on people arriving from the UK, including testing and quarantine obligations .

From Monday, entry into France is only allowed for EU citizens, residents of France and people who travel for necessary purposes.
Individuals arriving from the UK must test negative and be quarantined for seven days. While a sudden deterioration in Covid infection rates in the EU could lead to the restrictions within the block being lifted by "emergency brakes", freedom of movement is to be reintroduced at the beginning of the summer tourist season.

Ursula von der Leyen, President of the Commission, tweeted: “Europeans should enjoy a safe and relaxing summer. As vaccinations progress, we propose to gradually reduce travel-related measures with our joint instrument, the digital EU COVID certificate, in a coordinated manner. This will bring clarity and predictability when we resume free travel within the EU. " In addition to lifting the quarantine for fully vaccinated people from July 1, the Commission has proposed that anyone traveling from a green EU region such as western Finland, where fewer than 25 cases per 100,000 people have been reported during that period. the last 14 days must be completely exempt from restrictions.

Those who have been incompletely vaccinated from the Orange Zone and have a cumulative 14-day Covid-19 case rate of 75 must take a test before leaving.

In this context, the member states are gradually lifting the restrictions on Covid-19 both domestically and in relation to travel.

The UK has not yet been in white list of non-EU countries that the EU recommends that unvaccinated travelers should be allowed to safely enter the block for no essential reason. Despite the delay, countries like Portugal opened their doors to British tourists.

 

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