The European Union has revealed a new list of countries that will be allowed to enter the bloc from 1 July when external borders are set to officially reopen.
Schengen Visa Info initially reported that 54 countries were on a draft list.
The list has, however, changed and now includes only 15 countries.
Countries included on the so-called “safe list” are:
- New Zealand
- South Korea
The “safe list” will reportedly be reviewed every two weeks and adjusted depending on the latest coronavirus developments in each country.
*Schengen Visa Info reports the EU will add China to the “safe list” if the Chinese government offers a reciprocal travel deal for EU citizens.