EU member states agree on easing travel restrictions in summer. It means, among other things, that fully vaccinated travelers no longer have to test or go into quarantine.
The 27 member states approved a proposal from the European Commission stating that people who have been fully vaccinated for at least two weeks should be able to travel freely within the EU.
Travelers from the age of 12 who have not been fully vaccinated will have to be tested. This is not necessary if you are traveling between two so-called ‘green countries’, i.e. countries where the corona outbreak is completely under control.
Vaccinated persons will be allowed to travel within the EU without testing and quarantine this summer
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