Only 3 European Countries Continue To Impose COVID-19 Entry Requirements

France has dropped its Covid-19 entry requirements, leaving only 3 European nations imposing limitations on international travelers.

Spain, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg are the remaining three European nations with entry restrictions. Travelers won’t have to worry about their vaccination status, recovery proof, testing, or quarantine if they are going to other European countries.

Restrictions apply to third-party countries only. These include the United States, Canada, Australia, and more. Here are the requirements still in place.

International citizens can travel to Spain if they provide evidence that they have been vaccinated against COVID -19 , or have a certificate of recovery, or can provide a negative diagnostic test result (NAAT

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