Switzerland, France, Spain and Germany decide to remove travel restrictions for those arriving from the United States
Following the Council of the European Union's recommendation to reopen the European Union's borders for US travel, several countries, including Switzerland, France, Spain and Germany, have decided to lift travel restrictions for those arriving from the United States. and allow travel for non-essential purposes.
Elvetia it has already relaxed its entry restrictions for third-country nationals and residents wishing to visit the country, including US citizens. According to a press release issued by the Federal Council, travelers from the United States who prove that they have been vaccinated against coronavirus will no longer be subject to entry restrictions upon their arrival in Switzerland.
The requirement to test negative for a Coronavirus test only applies to those who have not been vaccinated against the virus, as well as those who have been immunized with a vaccine that has not been approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
Switzerland, France, Spain and Germany have decided to remove travel restrictions for those arriving from the United States.
Similarly, Franta opened the borders for US travel after the country had a successful vaccination campaign, which led to a significant decrease in COVID-19 cases. Consequently, the US was moved from France's orange list to the green list. This means that, starting June 17, vaccinated and unvaccinated Americans can travel to France without being subject to the quarantine requirement and without having to provide an essential purpose for their trip.
US travelers who have been vaccinated with one of the EMA-approved vaccines - AstraZeneca, Moderna, Pfizer and Janssen - can enter France without undergoing COVID-19 testing before or after their arrival. On the other hand, those who have not been vaccinated must show a negative PCR test no later than 72 hours before entering France.
Those who want to travel from America to Spania must prove that they have been vaccinated to enter Spain, with the Madrid authorities recently announcing that American tourists can now enter the country without being subjected to testing and self-isolation requirements, provided they do not visit any other country before arriving in Spain. Spain. The only requirement is to fill out a health check form electronically.
46.6% of the United States population has been completely vaccinated.
Finally, Germany removed the US from the list of high epidemiological risk areas after the country's COVID-19 situation improved considerably. As a result, vaccinated and unvaccinated US citizens can now enter Germany without having to digitally register or be quarantined upon arrival on German territory.
However, all persons over the age of six must present one of the following documents when they arrive in Germany by air: a vaccination certificate, a certificate attesting that their holder has passed through the disease or a negative test result. PCR performed a maximum of 72 hours before entering German territory.
As of June 28, 33.285.377 cases of COVID-19 infection and 598.504 deaths have been identified in the United States. To date, the country has administered at least 323.327.328 doses of vaccine, which means that 54.6% of the entire population has received at least one dose of vaccine, while 46.6% have been completely vaccinated.
On the other hand, the White House said that The United States does not intend to remove entry restrictions for travelers arriving from European Union countries and Schengen countries, at least for now, announcement made on June 25 by US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken.