Fear of the COVID-19 and the current rates of infections across the Schengen Area will not hold travellers back, in particular those planning to travel for tourism purposes, once the borderless zone opens up.
For almost three months now, non-EU/EEA citizens have been ineligible to enter the Schengen Area, due to an entry ban introduced by the Member States in March, amid the Coronavirus outbreak in Europe.
On the other hand, the 31 European countries participating either in the EU, the EEA, or both, have permitted entry for each other’s citizens entering for essential purposes, i.e. cross border workers, medical workers, etc.
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