Residents in Brazil Banned from Entering Europe While Pandemic Is Uncontrolled

The European Union and the Schengen area will be releasing a list of countries upon reopening of external borders, which is scheduled for July 1st.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - European countries will ban entry to nationals from countries where the coronavirus pandemic is not controlled upon the opening of their external borders, which is scheduled for July 1st, the European Commission announced on Thursday, June 11th.

The list of countries that will be allowed entry began to be drawn up on Thursday; in practice, people now resident in Brazil will be prevented from entering Europe until Brazil takes control of the disease.

Among the parameters used to allow travelers from abroad are the number of new infections, the epidemic trend (whether it is expanding or . . .

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