EU decides to lift suspension of flights to southern Africa
The suspension of flights to southern Africa will be lifted by the member states of the European Union (EU).
The decision, with a view to resuming air connections that had been interrupted due to the Omicron variant, was announced this Monday by the French Presidency of the EU Council, on Twitter. In a publication, the Chair indicates that an “agreement between Member States in the IPCR has been reached. [grupo de resposta do Conselho a situações de crise] this morning to remove the emergency brake in place to allow the resumption of air traffic with southern African countries”.
“Travelers from this area will, however, continue to be subject to the health measures applicable to travelers from third countries”, he adds.
It is recalled that it was at the end of November 2021 that EU member states decided to suspend flights from seven southern African countries due to the Omicron variant, which is already dominant in several EU countries.
Source: Jornal i by ionline.sapo.pt.
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