Tightening the entry into the EU for citizens of five countries

The European Center for the Control and Prevention of Infectious Diseases (ECDC) plans to tighten requirements for the entry into the EU of residents of the Baltic countries, Germany and Romania.

ECDC recommends strengthening restrictive measures for citizens of these countries due to the high level of infection and the spread of coronavirus. However, the Estonian Foreign Ministry believes that serious consequences of such a step should not be expected, at least at the first stage, reports ERR.

Shengenvisainfo.com reports that due to the spread of the coronavirus in Germany, Romania and the Baltic countries, ECDC also recommends refraining from traveling to these destinations.





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