Entry controls fall in these EU states

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Austria has not yet abolished entry restrictions and still requires 3-G proof.

Nine countries in the European Union or the European Economic Area have wholly abolished their COVID-19 measures for entry. Others decided to introduce less strict rules or relax the restrictions only for specific categories of travelers. This is pointed out by the online portal “schengenvisainfo news.“

The following states have lifted the measures for all travelers regardless of their country of origin:

Denmark

Hungary

Iceland

Ireland

Norway

Poland

Romania

Slovenia

Sweden.

Three other countries are lifting entry restrictions for people from the Schengen area:

Czech Republic

Latvia

Netherlands

Another list of countries has relaxed their entry requirements to varying degrees. These include Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Malta, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, and Switzerland. Proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative corona test is still required in many places.

  • source: kurier.at/picture: pixabay.com
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