The European Commission has signaled that the ongoing lockdown and easing of restrictions will speed up vaccination activities in most European countries, including Germany.
From next month, citizens of any country outside the EU will be able to travel to allied countries 14 days after receiving the two-dose vaccine, the commission said. It was also informed that this opportunity will be given considering the cowardly situation of different countries. However, the final decision requires the approval of the 27 EU countries.
As vaccination activities across Europe accelerated, governments in those countries announced plans to ease restrictions. Following this, the European Union is going to bring a big relaxation in the restrictions this time.
According to the European Commission, the alliance is considering lifting travel bans on 27 EU countries for receiving two doses of the vaccine from next month. A spokesman for the commission said that after 14 days of receiving the two-dose vaccine, citizens of any country outside the EU will be able to travel to the alliance countries effortlessly.
However, the decision needs the consent of the 27 EU member states to be final. Ordinary citizens of Germany are happy with the Commission’s thinking.
In Germany, meanwhile, the Corona situation has improved in a few days, as has vaccination activities. In just one day, the country’s health department has vaccinated more than a million people.
However, experts fear that the old or new form of corona infection may be reversed until it reaches zero.