EU adopts a safe list of non-European 15 countries to allow visitors from

The members of the European Union have approved a ‘safe list of non-European countries which are either less affected by the COVID-19 or are witnessing a downward trend in the spread of the virus. The list has left out countries like the US, Brazil and India.

The nationals of the countries included in this list can visit member countries of the EU and Schengen area from 1st July. It should be noted the list is not legally binding on the member state. It is advisory in nature, the member states are not obliged to follow it. EU countries are free to make individual decisions regarding granting permission to nationals of other countries to visit their lands.

The list includes countries such as Algeria, Australia, Canada, and China, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay.

Permission to the nationals of China to visit the EU countries is subject to the condition that China also allows its citizens to travel the EU.

As expected the list does not include the United States, which has the highest number of Coronavirus infected people, currently more than 25 lakhs. The EU is yet to decide on permitting nationals of the UK to visit EU countries.

Coronavirus has killed about 5 lakhs people globally, of which the US alone accounts for 1.25 lakhs death due to Corona. So far more than one crore people have infected by coronavirus across the world.

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