Day: June 2, 2021


Malta: What are the new travel requirements?

  As new pandemic-related laws take effect, the requirements for traveling to Malta have been changed once more. In a nutshell, passengers will only be permitted to board if they have valid vaccination certificates or negative swab test results. Only the Maltese vaccination certificate is currently acknowledged, while bilateral agreements with other countries are expected […]

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France: Paris says goodbye to diesel cars

  On weekdays between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., high-polluting diesel cars older than 15 years have been prohibited from entering the Paris region as part of attempts to impose a low-emission zone surrounding the French capital.   The limits, which went into effect on June 1 – six months later than expected – impact […]

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Portugal: Quarantine-free travel for 3 countries citizens

  Citizens of Cyprus, Sweden, and Lithuania can now visit Portugal without having to comply with quarantine requirements upon arrival, as the country’s officials have relaxed the precaution after assessing that these three countries have lately recorded fewer COVID-19 cases of infection.   According to statistics given by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and […]

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EU: Seven countries start issuing COVID-19 Passports

Seven EU Member States have gone live with the European Union’s technological method for verifying the security elements contained in the QR codes of all EU Digital COVID Certificates, a month ahead of the deadline for implementation.   Bulgaria, Czechia, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Croatia, and Poland have linked to the gateway and begun issuing the […]

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Italy: Bars and restaurants reopen for indoor service

  On Tuesday, Italytook another step toward normalcy, allowing pubs and restaurants to serve customers inside rather than solely at tables outdoors, as the country‘s COVID-19 regulations continue to be eased. According to the health ministry, there have been 2,483 new cases of COVID-19 across Italy in the previous 24 hours, with 93 additional casualties. […]

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Greece: 3 beaches among cleanest swimming waters

  Greece has some of the cleanest and most pristine bathing waters in Europe.   The European Environment Agency (EEA) has released data showing that 97.1 percent of Greece’s bathing waters are rated “excellent.”   Those who have swum in the country’s pure, quiet, and quiet waters are well aware of this. In the EU, […]

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