The ambassadors of the EU member states agreed that in view of the favorable situation of the epidemic, the United States, Albania, North Macedonia, Serbia and Taiwan should be included in the list of countries that can go to the EU.
This is a non-binding recommendation for member states, and member states can decide for themselves whether they need to test or isolate passengers from these countries for negative coronavirus. So far, there are eight on the list of safe countries-Japan, Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.
In March last year, the European Union imposed restrictions on all optional travel from third countries, while allowing entry for people who travel to Europe for necessary reasons. Last month, EU member states relaxed entry standards for tourists from third countries and decided to allow all vaccinated people to enter. They should now be able to travel to the EU without vaccinations.