Sumary of EU recommends reinstating travel restrictions on U.S. travelers:
- The European Union recommended member states reinstate travel restrictions on U.S. visitors that were lifted as recently as June, according to multiple media reports.
- Your 2021 tax situation may get complicatedNew apps match travelers with trips that fit budget, points balancesNow that restrictions are renewed, Americans traveling to the bloc’s 27 member nations might be be subject to measures such as Covid testing, quarantine upon arrival and a halt to all non-essential travel.
- The EU recommendation is non-binding, however, and member states retain control over their own border restrictions vis-a-vis Covid.
- According to published reports, the EU is also removing five other nations from its nonbinding list of 23 nations exempted from travel restrictions: Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon, Montenegro and North Macedonia.