The European Union have Started opening their borders to more than a dozen non-EU countries starting today July 1.

Currently the passengers travelling from Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay are allowed to enter EU Countries. Chinese nationals will be under consideration incase China confirm EU Nationals can enter their country as well. However the United States, Russia, Brazil, India being the country have increased number of COVID-19 cases and battling against it are still under restrictions.

Since UK is no longer the part of European Union, they will be following their only rules where they have placed restrictions with compulsory 14 days home quarantine for all travelers, except those coming from Ireland, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man or other low risk areas. However UK government have ease the lockdown and is preparing to open restaurants, pubs and hotels maintaining social distances from 4th july 2020.

The EU date of lifting the restrictions of Schengen internal border was on June 15. Several European countries had start lifting their restrictions on their border since 15 june. Italy had already ease their border to welcome European tourist on 3rd june where as Spain lifted border restrictions for EU Countires starting 21st june.