Traveling to an EU country during Covid time
This page shows the current data about Covid-19 in the EU countries.
If you have a Schengen visa and you want to go to Europe, it will tell you which country you can relocate to and what rules should you follow.
Belgium
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech
Who can enter?
Belgium's borders are open for travel from certain countries, while domestic restrictions are being lifted again. Leisure travel to Belgium is permitted from the EU, Schengen, an a few third countries, whitelisted by the EU. Only citizens, residents, businesses travelers, diplomats and few other exceptions may enter from other countries. All travel from India, Brazil and South Africa is suspended, except for returning citizens and residents.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants, bars and cafes: open for limited hours.
Most non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with social distancing and health measures in place.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone entering Belgium from high-risk countries is required to enter a 7 days self-quarantine. Arrivals who tested positive upon arrival will have to quarantine for 10 days. Arrivals from India, Argentina, Bolivia, Botswana, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mexico, Mozambique, Malaysia, Malawi, Namibia, Paraguay, Peru, South Africa, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, will undergo a 10-day self-quarantine. Anyone entering Belgium for more than 48 hours is required to submit a Public Health Locator Form, in the 48 hours before arrival. All arrivals are required to present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours, unless arriving from low-risk countries. Unvaccinated arrivals from high-risk countries will be tested again upon arrivals and on the 7th day.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required whenever social distancing can't be maintained. This includes public transportation, shops and busy streets.
Bulgaria
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech
Who can enter?
Citizens and residents of most EU and Schengen member countries can travel to Bulgaria.
Arrivals from Spain and Cyprus are restricted.
Arrivals from third-countries that are not considered red are permitted if tested, recovered or vaccinated.

What is open?
Public transportation in Bulgaria is operating.
Restaurants, cafes and bars in Bulgaria are open, in limited capacity.
Non-essential businesses and attractions in Bulgaria are open.
Covid rules of entering
Those arriving from green countries, without test results or proof of vaccination, will be required to self-quarantine until testing negative.
Permitted arrivals from red countries will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days, regardless of test results.
Anyone entering Bulgaria will be required to present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours, or get tested within 24 hours of arrival.
Arrivals who are fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 are exempt.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing a face mask is required in enclosed public places.
Croatia
Approved vaccines: Moderna, Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Croatia has opened its borders for travelers, and many domestic restrictions have been lifted. Croatia is open for travelers from all countries, under various entry requirements.
All arrivals must fill in this form in advance. All arrivals from outside the EEA/EU area, must present proof of accommodation for the duration of their stay.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants, bars and cafe:sopen.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with social distancing requirements and capacity limitations in place. Mass events are only possible for holders of the EU digital vaccination certificate.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone arriving to Croatia will be required to present negative PCR no older than 72 or antigen test results, no older than 48 hours, or take one upon arrival and quarantine until results are in.
This does not apply to vaccinated travelers.
Arrivals from South Africa, Brazil and Tanzania are required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Anyone arriving to Croatia will be required to present negative PCR or antigen test results, no older than 48 hours, or take one upon arrival and quarantine until results are in.
This does not apply to vaccinated travelers.
Arrivals from India, Russia, the UK and Cyprus, are required to present negative test results, even if they are vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places and when social distancing can't be maintained.
Cyprus
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Cyprus is now open for travel from few countries, while some domestic restrictions are being re-imposed. It is possible to travel to Cyprus from the following countries, after applying for a Cyprus Flight Pass: EU and Schengen Member countries, Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, United States, United Arab Emirate, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Qatar, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Bahrain, Georgia, Armenia, Rwand, North Macedonia , Albania, Armenia, Serbia.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open, with health measures in place. A health pass is required to enter places with more than 20 people.
Most non-essential businesses and attractions: open. A health pass is required to enter places with more than 20 people.
Covid rules of entering
Approved arrivals from countries not mentioned above, will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Arrivals from red countries must self-quarantine while awaiting test results.
Fully vaccinated arrivals are exempt.
All arrivals to Cyprus must present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours. Arrivals from red countries will be tested again upon entry.
All arrivals to Cyprus must take a PCR or rapid antigen test every 7 days after arrival.
Fully vaccinated arrivals are exempt, unless arriving from a high-risk country.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in all public places and on public transportation.
Czech Republic
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna, Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Travel to the Czech Republic is permitted for those arriving from within the EU, and for those arriving from countries defined as green.
Vaccinated arrivals from Armenia, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Hong Kong, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, and the Vatican may enter as well.
Only citizens, residents, and essential travelers may enter from other countries.
Arrivals from high-risk countries must fill in a Passenger Locator Form.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating under social distancing rules.
Restaurants and bars: open.
Most non-essential businesses and leisure facilities: open under social distancing limitation. Some facilities are open only for vaccinated individuals.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone arriving to the Czech Republic from high-risk countries will be required to self-quarantine for 5 days, until a second negative test is made.
Vaccinated arrivals, who have been vaccinated in the EU or other approved countries, are exempt, as well as those who have recovered from COVID-19.
All arrivals to the Czech Republic must present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours.
Residents of the Czech Republic may present a negative antigen test, no older than 48 hours instead.
Arrivals from high-risk countries will be required to get tested again, on the 5th day.
Vaccinated arrivals, who have been vaccinated in the EU, are exempt, as well as those who have recovered from COVID-19.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing a face mask is required in all indoor places and recommended in all outdoor places.
Denmark
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech.
Who can enter?
It is possible to travel to Denmark for leisure only from within the EU and Schengen, and from third countries defined as Yellow. These currently include: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Israel, Japan, Rwanda, Albania, Serbia, Lebanon, North Macedonia, United States, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Jordan, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Qatar.
Vaccinated arrivals from OECD countries outside of the EU may enter as well, if they have been vaccinated by approved vaccines. Vaccinated arrivals from other countries remain banned.
Family members, including boyfriends and girlfriends, of Danish citizens, can also travel to Denmark.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating. It is required to reserve seats for long-distance train rides.
Restaurants and cafes: open, under social distancing and health requirements.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with capacity limitations and health measures in place.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone entering Denmark is required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
Arrivals from Green and Yellow countries are exempt.
Vaccinated arrivals from the EU and non-EU OECD countries are exempt as well.
All arrivals to Denmark must present a negative PCR test, taken no more than 72 hours before entry or antigen test taken in the 48 hours before entry.
Vaccinated arrivals from the EU and non-EU OECD countries are exempt.
A rapid test will be conducted upon arrival, except for arrivals from green countries.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required when social distancing can't be maintained, and on public transportation.
Estonia
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Citizens and residents of the following countries may enter Estonia: EU member countries, Schengen member countries, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Israel, Albania, United States, Hong Kong, Japan, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Taiwan, Macau, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Jordan, Kosovo, Montenegro, Qatar, Saudi Arabia.
Vaccinated arrivals from any other country may enter as well.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants and bars: open, with capacity limitations in place.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with varying capacity limitations in place.
Covid rules of entering
Arrivals to Estonia from high-risk countries will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
It is possible to shorten the quarantine period to 6 days if presenting a test upon entry, and testing again on the 6th day.
Vaccinated travelers, and travelers that recovered from COVID-19, are exempt.
A health check will be conducted for anyone who is entering Estonia.
All arrivals must fill in a health declaration.
All travelers from high-risk countries may provide a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before departure, and get tested again on the 6th day, to shorten the quarantine period.
Vaccinated travelers, and travelers that recovered from COVID-19, are exempt.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing a face masks is required when in indoor public places and public transport.
Finland
Approved vaccines: Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Anyone arriving from EU and Schengen member countries, as well as the following countries can travel to Finland for leisure:
Australia, New Zealand, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Hong Kong, Canada, Kosovo, Macau, North Macedonia, Taiwan.
Fully vaccinated travelers from other countries may enter as well.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating in reduced capacity.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open, under certain limitations.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, under social distancing regulations.
In high-risk areas, some non-essential businesses may be closed.
Covid rules of entering
There is no requirement to quarantine when arriving to Finland.
All arrivals are required to present negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours.
All arrivals will be screened and tested again upon entry.
Arrivals from low-risk countries, as well as vaccinated arrivals, are exempt.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is recommended when social distancing can't be maintained.
France
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
It is possible to travel to France if arriving from the EU and Schengen countries, as well as arrivals from several third countries, white-listed by the EU.
Vaccinated travelers from third countries may enter as well. Non-vaccinated travelers may only travel for essential reasons and must apply for a travel certificate.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating, with health measures in place. A green pass is required to use trains.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open, with limited indoor capacity. Many establishments require visitors to present a green pass.
Non-essential businesses and cultural canters: open, under strict health protocols and capacity limitations. Many establishments require visitors to present a green pass.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone arriving to France from the orange country list, will be required to self-quarantine for 7 days. Vaccinated arrivals are exempt.
Permitted arrivals from red countries are required to quarantine for 10 days. Vaccinated arrivals from these countries are exempt, as well as children under the age of 12, if arriving with vaccinated adults.
Anyone arriving to France, will be required to present a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours.
Vaccinated travelers may present proof of vaccination instead.
Those that are required to quarantine, will be tested again following the quarantine period.
Permitted arrivals from red countries will be required to present a negative PCR test no older than 48 hours.
Non-vaccinated arrivals from Malta, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, the Netherlands and Greece, must present a negative PCR or antigen test, no older than 24 hours.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places, and outdoors when social distancing can't be maintained.
Germany
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Citizens and residents of the following countries can travel to Germany: EU member countries, Albania, Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Lebanon, Serbia, Taiwan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Jordan, Canada, Qatar, Kosovo, Moldova.
Travelers that have been fully vaccinated for at least 14 days, may enter from all countries.
Non-German family members of German citizens and residents can also enter Germany, including unmarried partners, after providing the following:
- an invitation from the person residing in Germany;
- a jointly signed statement on the existence of the relationship;
- proof of previous meetings with passport stamps, travel documents, or plane tickets.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating, with health measures in place.
Restaurants, bars and cafes: open, with health measures in place.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with various measures and requirements in place.
In high risk areas 22:00-05:00 curfew, closure of nonessential businesses, and strict limits on social gatherings are in place.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone arriving to Germany from a high-risk area will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
Quarantine may be shortened if testing negative on the 5th day.
All those who are required to quarantine must register with the authorities before arriving.
Vaccinated and fully recovered arrivals are exempt from quarantine, unless arriving from a country with variant concern.
Anyone arriving to Germany by any means of transportation, is required to present a negative PCR , no older than 72 hours, or antigen test no older than 48 hours from an approved institute.
A second test on the 5th day is optional to shorten quarantine.
Vaccinated arrivals are exempt from tests, unless arriving from a country with variant concern.

Wearing a face mask
Face masks are required in enclosed and crowded public places.
Greece
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Greece has opened its borders for travel from the EU, Schengen, and the following countries: Australia, North Macedonia, United Arab Emirates, United States, United Kingdom, Israel, Canada New Zealand, South Korea, Qatar, China, Kuwait, Ukraine, Rwanda, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Thailand, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bahrain, Belarus, Albania, Japan, Lebano, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Moldova, Brunei.
Anyone arriving to Greece is required to complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) 24 hours before arrival.

What is open?
Public transportation : operating in limited capacity.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open and requires a proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with health protocols in place.
Only vaccinated individuals, or those who tested negative within 72 hours, may use indoor spaces.
In high-risk areas, a nightly curfew is in place between 01:00 and 06:00.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone arriving to Greece without a test or proof of vaccination, will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
If rapid tests upon arrival are positive, additional quarantine will be required.
All arrivals to Greece will be required to present a negative PCR or RT-PCR test, no older than 72 hours, or an antigen test no older than 48 hours.
Random rapid tests are conducted at the border.
Arrivals who are fully vaccinated, or recovered from COVID-19, may present proof of vaccination/recovery instead.
Travelers to Greek Islands, even if traveling domestically, must present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours, or proof of vaccination or recovery.
Arrivals from Egypt, Albania, Argentina, Brazil, Georgia, Cuba, United Arab Emirates, India, China, Libya, Morocco, Russia and Turkey will be tested upon arrivals as well.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places, and when social distancing can't be maintained.
Hungary
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech,
Sinopharm/Beijing, Sputnik V.
Who can enter?
Anyone arriving from the EU, Schengen, as well as the following countries, may enter Hungary: Israel, Albania, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Canada, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, United Kingdom, United States, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Ukraine.
Some other exceptions may be made for business travelers and few other categories.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants, cafes, and bars are open for outdoor seating for everyone, and indoor seating for those who have been vaccinated.
Non-essential businesses and leisure facilities: open. Only vaccinated individuals may use indoors facilities and attend to events of over 500 people.
Covid rules of entering
Permitted arrivals to Hungary are required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
Travelers from countries mentioned above are exempt.
Leaving quarantine is possible after two negative PCR tests, at least 48 hours apart.
All arrivals are required to present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours.
All arrivals to Hungary will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms.
All arrivals will be tested twice for COVID-19, during their quarantine period.
Business travelers are exempt.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required only in hospitals and few social events.
Ireland
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Ireland's borders are open, but there are limited flights, and restrictions are in place for some arrivals.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating in reduced capacity.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open, in limited capacity.
Non-essential businesses and cultural attractions: open.
Leisure business such as gyms, swimming pools and other fitness facilities are open for individual training.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone entering Ireland is required to self-quarantine for 14 days. It is possible to shorten this period if taking a PCR test after 5 days and receiving a negative result.
Arrivals from high-risk countries must go into a mandatory quarantine for 14 days in a designated hotel. The time could be reduced if receiving a negative COVID-19 test on day 10 of quarantine. Vaccinated arrivals from high-risk countries may leave quarantine on the 5th day, if testing negative.
Vaccinated and recovered arrivals are exempt from quarantine, unless arriving from a high-risk country.
Unvaccinated arrivals from the EU, Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Iceland are exempt from quarantine if presenting negative test results.
All arrivals to Ireland must present a negative RT-PCR test, no older than 72 hours. Additional tests will be done upon entry.
Before entering Ireland, it is required to fill a Public Health Passenger Locator Form, and not doing so may result in up to €2,500 fine.
A PCR test is optional after 5 days, to shorten self-isolation period. This does not apply to arrivals from countries considered high risk.
Vaccinated and recovered arrivals are exempt from testing, unless arriving from a high-risk country.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required on public transportation and in enclosed public places.
Italy
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Italy is open for travelers arriving from within the EU and Schengen member countries, as well as those arriving from countries defined as safe by the EU.
Flights from Brazil, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and India are suspended.
Family members and partners of Italian citizens may also enter, and will be required to fill a declaration.
All permitted arrivals, except those from San Marino and Vatican City, will be required to fill a travel declaration form before arrival.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants are open, with health measures in place. A green certificate is required to dine indoors.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with health measurements in place.
Some businesses, such as museums, theaters and others, are only open for those holding a green certificate.
Covid rules of entering
Most arrivals to Italy are required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
Arrivals from Albania, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Hong Kong, Jordan, Kosovo, Lebanon, Macau, Moldova, Montenegro, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom, will be required to self-quarantine for 5 days.
Arrivals from the EU, Schengen, the US, Canada, Japan and Israel with negative test results or proof of vaccination, will not be required to quarantine.
All arrivals are required to present a negative PCR or antigen test, no older than 48-72 hours, and be tested again at the end of their quarantine.
Vaccinated and recovered arrivals from the EU, Schengen, the US, Canada, Japan and Israel, may present a certificate instead.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places and on public transportation.
Latvia
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Non-essential travel to Latvia is permitted for those arriving from EU and Schengen member countries, as well as arrivals from low-risk third countries.
Vaccinated and recovered travelers from any country may enter as well, if they have the EU green certificate.
Permitted arrivals are required to fill a contact form.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants and cafes: open for outdoor seating.
Most non-essential businesses are now allowed to operate but must follow strict hygiene and social distancing requirements.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone arriving to Latvia from countries not considered low-risk, will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
Anyone testing positive upon arrival, will be required to quarantine in a government-approved hotel, at their own expense.
Holders of the EU green certificate are exempt from quarantine.
Most arrivals to Latvia are required to present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours.
Holders of the EU green certificate are exempt from testing.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required on public transport and all enclosed public spaces.
Lithuania
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Citizens and residents of the EU and Schengen Member countries, as well as the UK, can travel to Lithuania.
Permanent residents of EU's white-listed countries may also enter Lithuania, if arriving from these countries.
Other exceptions can be made for essential and some business travel.
Transiting through Lithuania is possible upon approval

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open, with health measures in place.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open for limited hours, with health measures in place.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone over the age of 12, arriving to Lithuania will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
Quarantine may be shortened if testing negative on the 7th day.
Those who are fully vaccinated and have recovered within 90 days before entry, as well as those arriving from countries defined as safe, are exempt.
Anyone over the age of 12, arriving to Lithuania will be required to present a negative PCR, no older than 72 hours or Antigen test, no longer than 48 hours. Arrivals from orange countries will be tested again on day 5.
Arrivals who are required to quarantine may take a second PCR on the 7th day, to shorten self-quarantine. Those who are fully vaccinated and have recovered within 90 days before entry, are exempt.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places, and when social distancing can't be maintained.
Luxembourg
Approved vaccines: Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Citizens and residents of EU and Schengen member countries may enter Luxembourg, as well as citizens and residents of the following countries: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Albania, Hong Kong, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Taiwan, Macao, United States, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Moldova, Brunei, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Kosovo, Montenegro, Qatar, Saudi Arabia.
Most travelers from other countries remain prohibited, though exceptions are in place for essential work, study, and family reasons.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open for limited hours and under social distancing requirements.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open under social distancing rules.
Covid rules of entering
There is no requirement to quarantine when entering Luxembourg for most arrivals.
Arrivals India are required to quarantine for 7 days.
All arrivals to Luxembourg will be required to present a negative PCR or antigen test, no older than 72 hours.
Vaccinated arrivals, and those who have recovered from COVID-19, may present proof of vaccination instead. Arrivals from the UK and India will be tested again upon arrival, and at the end of quarantine.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required when social distancing can't be maintained.
Malta
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Malta is accepting only vaccinated travelers arriving from countries on its amber list.
Other vaccinated arrivals, or those who recovered from COVID-19, may not enter Malta.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants. cafes and bars: open until 02:00 daily.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with restrictions and limitations.
Covid rules of entering
Permitted unvaccinated arrivals to Malta will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Children under the age of 12 must present a negative test result to avoid quarantine.
Permitted unvaccinated arrivals to Malta, must present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places and on public transportation.
Netherlands
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Travelers from within EU and Schengen member countries may enter the Netherlands, as well as those arriving from countries white-listed by the EU.
Fully vaccinated arrivals may enter from any country, except those with variant concerns.
All arrivals must fill in a health declaration form.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants and bars: open, with capacity limits in place. Bars must close by midnight.
Most non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with health measures in place.
Covid rules of entering
Arrivals to the Netherlands from very high-risk countries, are required to undergo 10 days self-quarantine, and fill in a quarantine declaration. This may be shortened if testing negative on the 5th day.
Most arrivals to the Netherlands must present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours, or negative rapid test results taken no more than 24 hours before departure.
Arrivals from safe countries within the EU are exempt from presenting test results.
Vaccinated arrivals are exempt from presenting test results, unless arriving from a very high-risk country.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in in enclosed public places and on public transportation.
Poland
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Citizens and residents of most EU, EFTA, EOG, as well as the following countries, can travel to Poland: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, Unites States.
Flight from countries with high infection rates, both from within the EU and third countries, are banned.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating in limited capacity.
Restaurants and bars: open, in limited capacity.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with varying capacity limitations and health measures in place.
Covid rules of entering
All arrivals to Poland from outside the EU/Schengen area, must self-quarantine for 10 days.
Quarantine may be shortened if testing negative on the 7th day.
Arrivals from the Schengen area and Turkey without test results will also be required to quarantine.
Arrivals from the Schengen area may end quarantine if testing negative on the second day.
Arrivals who are fully vaccinated are exempt.
All arrivals to Poland may be tested 2 days after arriving, in order to shorten the self-quarantine period. Arrivals from within the Schengen area and Turkey may present a test taken 48 hours before arrival, to avoid quarantine.
Vaccinated arrivals may present proof of vaccination instead.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places and on public transportation.
Portugal
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Portugal is open for air travel from the EU, Schengen, and the following countries only: Australia, China, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, United Kingdom, Israel, United States, Japan, Rwanda, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Moldova, Brunei, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Kosovo, Montenegro, Qatar, Saudi, Arabia.
Arrivals from high-risk EU countries and other third countries may only enter for essential reasons.
All arrivals must complete a passenger locator form in advance.
The border with Spain is open again.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open, under capacity limitations and with health measures in place.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with health measures in place.
Covid rules of entering
Permitted arrivals to Portugal from South Africa, Brazil, India and Nepal will be required to quarantine for 14 days in an approved location.
Unvaccinated arrivals from the UK will be required to quarantine for 14 days as well.
All arrivals to mainland Portugal will be required to present a negative RT-PCR test from the 72 hours prior to arrival, or an EU green certificate, and undergo a health screening.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places, and when social distancing can't be maintained.
Romania
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Romania have reopened borders for all international travelers, with different entry requirements based on risk assessment of country of origin.


What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants, cafes and bars: open, under capacity limitations and social distancing requirements.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, under capacity limitations and social distancing requirements.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone arriving to Romania from Red or Yellow countries, will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Arrivals that are fully vaccinated are exempt.
Those who are required to quarantine, may present a second negative PCR test to shorten quarantine period.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in indoor public places.
Slovakia
Approved vaccines: Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Travelers arriving from the EU/EEA may enter Slovakia, as well as citizens and residents of these countries, arriving from any origin.
Arrivals from the following third-countries are permitted as well: Australia, China, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Macau, South Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Albania, Hong Kong, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia , Taiwan, United States, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Moldova, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Kosovo, Montenegro, Turkey, Ukraine, Cuba, Georgia, Rwanda.
All arrivals must register with the Slovak government in advance.
Transiting trough Slovakia is possible for EU citizens on their way to their country.
The border with Ukraine is closed.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating in limited capacity.
Restaurants and cafes: open, with health measures in place.
Non-essential businesses: allowed to reopen.
Leisure facilities may open as well, however is some cases visitors must present a negative PCR test result to enter.
Covid rules of entering
All arrivals to Slovakia are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. This may be shortened if testing negative on day 5.
Fully vaccinated arrivals are exempt from quarantine
All arrivals to Slovakia must present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours.
Arrivals from green countries are exempt.
Those that are required to quarantine may get tested on the 5th day of their quarantine, to shorten the quarantine period.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required on public transportation and in enclosed public places.
Slovenia
Approved vaccines: Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Slovenia has opened its borders for travelers from the EU and Schengen member countries, as well as those arriving from approved third-countries.
Vaccinated arrivals from other countries may enter as well.
All arrivals must fill in an electronic passenger locator form (dPLF form).

What is open?
Public transportation: operating, with health measures in place.
Restaurants and cafes: open, with social distancing measures in place.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, with leisure and sporting events open for those who are vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19.
Covid rules of entering
Anyone arriving to Slovenia without a proof of vaccination, recovery, or negative test results, will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
All arrivals to Slovenia, will be required to present negative PCR test results, no older than 72 hours, or an antigen test, no older than 48 hours.
Alternatively, arrivals may present proof of vaccination or recovery instead.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in indoors public places, and crowded outdoor places.
Spain
Approved vaccines: Johnson&Johnson, Moderna,
Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNTech.
Who can enter?
It is possible to travel to Spain from EU and Schengen member countries, as well as arrivals from the following countries: Australia, China, Hong Kong, Macau, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Israel, Japan, United Kingdom, Albania, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, United States, Taiwan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Moldova, Brunei, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Kosovo, Montenegro, Qatar, Saudi Arabia.
Vaccinated travelers from any country may enter as well.
All arrivals are required to fill in an FCS form beforehand.
All arrivals from Brazil and South Africa are banned, including those who have been vaccinated. Only citizens and permanent residents of Spain and Andorra may enter from these countries.

What is open?

Public transportation: operating in limited capacity.
Bars and restaurants are open under social distancing requirements. Restrictions vary between regions.
Non-essential businesses and attractions: open, under social distancing requirements. Restrictions vary between regions. A nightly curfew is in place between 01:00 and 06:00, in high-risk areas.
Covid rules of entering
There is no requirement to quarantine when arriving to Spain.
Travelers from Brazil, South Africa, Bolivia, Colombia, Argentina, and Namibia must self-isolate for 10 days.
All arrivals to Spain will be required to fill a health control form, including an PCR no older than 72 hours, antigen test no older than 48 hours, or proof of vaccination.
Arrivals from countries considered safe, are exempt.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is required in enclosed public places, and on public transportation.
Sweden
Approved vaccines: Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech.
Who can enter?
Arrivals from within most of the EEA area to Sweden are permitted, as well as arrivals from any origin for citizens and residents of most EU and EEA countries.
Arrivals from the following countries may enter as well: Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Japan, Albania, Hong Kong, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Taiwan, United States, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Moldova, Brunei, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Kosovo, Montenegro, Qatar, Saudi Arabia.

What is open?
Public transportation: operating.
Restaurants and bars: open under social distancing and health restrictions.
Most non-essential businesses and attractions: open, under social distancing and capacity limitations.
Covid rules of entering
There is no mandatory quarantine when entering Sweden.
All arrivals to Sweden must present a negative PCR or Antigen test, no older than 48 hours.
Arrivals from Nordic countries are exempt from testing.
Vaccinated arrivals from within the EU/EEA may present proof of vaccination instead.

Wearing a face mask
Wearing face masks is not required in Sweden, but recommended on public transport during rush hour.
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