UncategorizedJune 2, 2022by prominent.contentMake plans to visit EU countries. From June, there will be no COVID-19 restrictions.

  • There is no requirement for a vaccination record, recovery, or test certificate, and going to European countries is simple.
  • A few countries will continue to impose COVID restrictions.



Infection rates have dropped, and the summer season will begin in just a few weeks. The  majority of European Union and European Economic Area countries have abolished all COVID-19-related limitations.


The following countries are exempt from the COVID-19 rules:
List of EU countries with ‘NO’ COVID restrictions
Austria Ireland
Belgium Italy
Bulgaria Latvia
Czech Republic Lithuania
Croatia Norway
Cyprus Poland
Denmark Romania
Greece Slovenia
Hungary Sweden
Iceland Switzerland


Travelers entering these nations are not required to present any COVID-19 certificates. People who desire to visit these European countries can do so without worrying about COVID restrictions.


Countries following COVID-19 limitations

There are still a few countries where the COVID-19 limitations remain in place. On the list are:

  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • Portugal
  • Slovakia
  • Spain

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The rules for each country are as follows:

The COVID-19 restrictions have not been lifted by Estonia. Certain countries’ citizens who wish to immigrate have been subjected to limitations. To enter Estonia, visitors must have a vaccination certificate or a negative report.



Even for those living in the EU and the EEA, Finland has not lifted the retractions. When arriving in Finland, visitors must show proof of immunization or a recovery certificate. If a traveler lacks any of these certificates, they must produce a negative report. Third-country visitors will be required to show proof of vaccination or recovery



France has classified the countries as green or orange. People living in green countries include all EU and EEA countries, as well as third-world countries. Visitors from green countries may present either of the credentials, which contain immunization, testing, or recuperation.

Travelers from the orange list will be subject to stringent regulations. Candidates who have been fully vaccinated and recovered can enter the nation, whereas non-vaccinated immigrants must present a negative test result.



According to the German Federal Office, anyone over the age of 12 must show proof of vaccination, recovery, or testing in order to enter Germany. People who are unable to provide any of these credentials must follow further procedures.


Nations such as Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, and Spain have the same regulations for immigrants from other countries.

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