European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen said in an interview yesterday New York Times.
“Until I judge, Americans use only vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA),” Van der Leyen explained. “Therefore, all EU member states will allow vaccinated travelers.”
The leader insists that there will be an ‘independent movement of individuals between the United States and the European Union’. She did not say exactly when it would begin. Vaccinated tourists are welcome again ‘this summer’, he says.
It is not yet clear what type of vaccination certificate passengers must submit. This is currently being discussed at a high level.
Group immunity in mid-June
In an interview with the newspaper, the leader continues that it is good to be vaccinated in the United States. The country will reach immunity by mid-June, when 70 percent of adults will be vaccinated.
In the United States, vaccinations are carried out with the Moderna, Pfizer and Jansen vaccines. All of these vaccines are approved by the EMA.
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