Europe confirms list of non-EU borders set to open on July 1

A plane flies in blue sky. Europe has confirmed the list of non-EU borders set to open on July 1
The EU has confirmed the list of non-EU countries to which borders will open from July 1, not including the US

Europe is set to reopen its borders with more than 15 non-EU destinations from July 1, including Canada, Australia and Thailand. And while the list includes China, it does not yet include the United States.

The list was published on Friday June 26. It is the latest stage in the reopening of borders following the Covid-19 pandemic. From July 1, bans for travellers coming into the EU from outside its borders will ...

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