Ambassadors of the European Union (EU) met on Wednesday and determined that vaccinated American tourists traveling to the Old Continent will not need to show negative COVID-19 tests or remain in isolation.
Sources from NBC News confirmed that the agreement so far is “informal” and has not been made official, something that could happen as soon as this Thursday.
US tourists traveling to EU countries will need to show proof of vaccination with a vaccine that has been approved by the EU.
The EU’s decision is a recommendation and its 27 members will have to decide whether to adhere to this guide or whether to maintain its restrictions.
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