The European Union has lifted COVID-19 related travel restrictions on visitors from 14 nations, but its list excludes American travelers.
People from Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay will be able to enter 31 European countries, a statement issued Tuesday said.
But travelers from nations where COVID-19 cases have been surging, including the U.S., Brazil and India, may not enter at this time.
Chinese citizens will be able to enter the bloc, as long as China removes restrictions on European citizens traveling there. Other countries on the list are expected to end any of their own travel bans on Europeans.
Source : VOA