France adds Tunisia, Mozambique, Cuba and Indonesia to red travel list

Summer vacation is drawing near. As vaccinations increase, several European Union countries are moving more quickly to open their borders and prepare to accept tourists who have been injected with the COVID-19 vaccine.

However, tourists who have received an injection of the COVID-19 vaccine still have to be patient to determine their vacation destinations in Europe this summer. This is because the new European Union COVID-19 Digital Certificate will take effect from July 1, to facilitate travel in Europe.

European countries have recently approved recommendations to allow travelers who have been injected with full doses of the vaccine from abroad to enter. However, the current reality is that member countries are still implementing different restrictive policies.

With policies differing from country to country, here are a number of countries that have opened their doors to tourism and a breakdown of some of the rules that apply to vaccinated travelers across … Read more “These 6 countries have opened their doors to tourists who have been vaccinated”

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