WORLD EU opens external borders to travellers fully vaccinated against COVID-19

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EU opens external borders to travellers fully vaccinated against COVID-19

Xinhua

09:11, May 22, 2021

Flags of the European Union fly outside the EU headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, May 21, 2021. The European Union (EU) recommended on Thursday to open its external borders to non-essential travel into the bloc if travellers have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. (Photos: Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)

A Qatar Airways flight prepares for landing at the Brussels Airport in Zaventem, Belgium, May 21, 2021. The European Union (EU) recommended on Thursday to open its external borders to non-essential travel into the bloc if travellers have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

A Japan Airlines flight approaches the Brussels Airport in Zaventem, Belgium, May 21, 2021. The European Union (EU) recommended on Thursday to open its external borders to non-essential travel into the bloc if travellers have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Flags of the European Union fly outside the EU headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, May 21, 2021. The European Union (EU) recommended on Thursday to open its external borders to non-essential travel into the bloc if travellers have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

A Qatar Airways flight prepares for landing at the Brussels Airport in Zaventem, Belgium, May 21, 2021. The European Union (EU) recommended on Thursday to open its external borders to non-essential travel into the bloc if travellers have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Flags of the European Union fly outside the EU headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, May 21, 2021. The European Union (EU) recommended on Thursday to open its external borders to non-essential travel into the bloc if travellers have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders makes a statement on the provisional political agreement on the EU Digital COVID-19 Certificate during a press conference in Brussels, Belgium, May 21, 2021. The European Union (EU)'s COVID-19 certificate will be up and running from July 1, Didier Reynders said Friday.

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