The European Commission has published new recommendations for entry into the European Union: from January 10, 2022, all vaccinated against coronavirus will be allowed there. The recommendations are published on the official EU website.
Vaccinated are people who have undergone a full course of vaccination with drugs approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the World Health Organization.
Travelers vaccinated with a drug approved by the WHO but not approved by the EMA must additionally present a negative PCR test when entering the EU.
Entry is also offered to allow the recovered for 180 days before the trip. They will also need a PCR test.
Vaccinated travelers must complete the vaccination process no later than nine months before entering the EU or receive a booster dose.
Member States may require additional post-arrival testing, quarantine or self-isolation.
From March 1, 2022, the EU plans to completely abandon the list of safe countries for entry. From the spring, vaccinated and travelers with an EU COVID-certificate or equivalent pass will be able to enter the EU.