The EU recommends waiving quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated people / Day


People who have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days before the start of the trip will not be required to take the Covid-19 test or be subject to quarantine, according to recommendations approved by the ambassadors.

The decision was made shortly before the Covid-19 vaccine certificates would be valid throughout the block, which is expected on July 1.

The certificate will be a statement, mutually recognized by all 27 Member States, that the person has either been vaccinated or tested for the virus, or that he or she has recovered from Covid-19.

The document has yet to be formally approved, but it is considered a formality.

Recommendations will not be binding.

The same recommendations provide for quarantine requirements for a smaller number of unvaccinated people. Basically, these are people coming from “dark red” or high-risk areas who will be asked to observe self-isolation or to take a test.

Everyone else will basically be able to take the test for free – before or after entry.


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