No reason for travel limits in Europe after June - EU

Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johanssen explained the European Commission's position

The EU has stressed today that there is no reason for travel restrictions within Europe to continue beyond the end of this month.

For purposes of coronavirus border restrictions, ‘Europe’ has so far included the EU and Schengen Area (which includes some non-EU states such as Norway), plus the UK due to the Brexit transition period.

Following a meeting of the EU’s home affairs ministers this morning a delegate from the Croatian EU Council presidency said the majority of states are ready to lift all ‘internal’ restrictions ...

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