Excluding China, US European Union reopened borders of 15 nations – EU reopened borders of 15 nations except China, US

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The United States, where coronovirus is still spreading, is excluded from this list (file photo)

Brussels:

The European Union on Tuesday agreed to open its borders in 15 countries from July 1, but the United States would be excluded from it. Because the coronovirus is still spreading there. It is being told that most American citizens will not be given entry for at least two weeks. Along with this, many more countries including India, Russia and Brazil are also not allowed to enter. China made the list, which would be updated every two weeks, but on the condition that Beijing does the same for Europeans, a statement said.

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"China has made it to this list, which will be updated every two weeks, but on the condition that Beijing does the same for Europeans," it said in a statement.

Citizens from countries such as Australia, Algeria, Uruguay, Tunisia, South Korea, Serbia, Rwanda, New Zealand, Morocco, Montenegro, Japan, Georgia, Canada and Thailand will be allowed entry to the EU.

It is being told that this list will be updated every two weeks. Apart from this, on the basis of the extent to which the country will be able to control its coronavirus, there will also be a continuous change in this list, as if the name of a country can be cut, then the name of a country can be added.

Significantly, the coronavirus has also severely affected the economy of Europe. European Union countries are desperate to rebuild their tourism industry. Countries of South Europe like Greece, Spain and Italy attract tourists. It is said that America has a significant number of people traveling to Europe. Due to the news, more than one and a half million US citizens come to visit Europe.

(This news has not been edited by the NewsBust team. It is published directly from the Syndicate feed.)

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