If you want to leave in the next few months, especially this summer, several countries have announced that they will reopen their borders or will be open to tourists who already have Covid-19 or have been vaccinated.
“Digital Green Certificate“by European Commission And it should be implemented in June. Free, it will have a QR code It is presented in digital or paper form during the control period of EU member states. Moreover, no matter which mode of transportation is used (airplane, train, car). The committee explained that the document “will prove that someone has been vaccinated against Covid-19, received a negative result in a screening test, or has recovered from Covid-19”. It should specify the date and vaccination, but it is not mandatory.
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European countries among the possible destinations
- This Greece : Le Figaro reported that Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis announced that foreign tourists can return to Greece on May 14, one month before the start of the 2021 tourism season. He said: “If tourists have been vaccinated before travel, antibody (coronavirus has been cured, editor’s note) or negative test will be welcomed. All tourists will undergo random trials.”
- This Croatia : The country opens its doors to tourists who have a vaccination certificate, which shows that a single dose of vaccine has been required since the second injection or at least one time, and the French diplomat gave a detailed introduction since at least 14 days after the injection. Otherwise, the passenger must have a negative result in a PCR test performed less than 48 hours before entering the territory. They can also visit Croatia if they produce a medical certificate certifying recovery from Covid-19 or a positive PCR test taken between 180 and 11 days before traveling to the country.
- This Poland : According to the French Embassy in Warsaw, vaccinators in the Schengen area of France are exempted from inspections once they are vaccinated, so they can travel to Poland.
- This Romania : According to the French Embassy in Bucharest, where a vaccination certificate is presented certifying that the second dose has been injected at least ten days before arriving in the territory, travelers do not need to be quarantined upon arrival in Romania. This rule applies to people who can prove that they have been infected with Covid-19 between 14 and 90 days before arrival.
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Europe and other countries (such as Estonia, Georgia or Seychelles) have added other countries (not exhaustive) to this list.
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Italy and Spain on standby
These countries stated that even before the start of summer vacation, they are ready to start the procedure as soon as possible to establish a vaccination passport.but Currently, there is no confirmed action. As for other countries that intend to adopt vaccine passports in the next few months, such as Denmark and Sweden, we still have to wait for the real confirmation and book vacations in these areas. The European Union has announced that it will obtain a health certificate from June 15. This is not mandatory.