• Ashley Locke

The EU Board Created an App to Share Travel Restrictions During the Pandemic

Beginning July, the EU will slowly start to lift the restrictions on non-essential travel for Europeans, along with individuals from 15 other countries. We already know the United States has seen a rapid incline of cases over the past few weeks, so we have been barred from traveling to Europe for the time being.


If you currently reside in Europe or Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, or China, you'll soon be able to explore the EU—that is, with a handful of restrictions.


The EU Board is more than aware how confusing and overwhelming keeping up with the latest travel restrictions can be, which is why they created an app to help. Aptly titled Re-Open EU, the mobile app will keep travelers up to date on the latest updates in real time.


"The European Union, and all of its member states, are planning for a safe re-opening of Europe," the website notes. "While protecting the public health remains our priority, we want everyone to enjoy their holidays, to reunite with family and friends, and to be able to travel for any purpose. This interactive tool provides you with the information that you need to confidently plan your European travel and holidays, while staying healthy and safe. The information is frequently updated and available in 24 languages for your convenience."


Keeping abreast of updates during the pandemic has never been easier.


With cases on the rise in America, THESE three states have imposed a mandatory 14-day quarantine for travelers.

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