Sumary of Travel To These European Countries Just Got Harder For Americans:
- getty It’s been less than a week since the European Union removed the U.S. from its ‘safe list’ of countries for nonessential travel, and already some of the most-visited 27 member states have reacted by clamping down with additional Covid-19 travel restrictions for Americans.
- Here are the European countries where it has become more difficult for Americans to travel.
- U. Countries Where Americans Are Virtually Banned Outright Sweden: As of September 6, the U.S. is now off Sweden’s list of “safe countries.
- U. removed the United States from its “safe travel list,” Bulgaria put the U.S. on its “red zone” list.
- American tourists may visit Bulgaria, however, if they arrive from a country on the “green list” or “orange list,” and present either proof of vaccination against Covid-19, a recent negative Covid test result, or proof of recovery from Covid-19. (More: U.S. Embassy) E.
- U. Countries Where Americans Now Face Tighter Restrictions The Netherlands: The Dutch have imposed some of the toughest new restrictions on American travelers.