MAY, 20: POLAND & HUNGARY
6 European countries that could be next on the travel ‘green list’ in time for summer. GREAT NEWS: Poland and Hungary are two of them!
LINK TO THE ARTICLE HERE
April, 28: Poland
On the 28th of May, the Polish Government has officially announced the lifting of several restrictions and has confirmed that life will be returning to normal in Poland within May 2021:
Starting on May, 4:
- Malls and stores reopen
- Art galleries, museums, tourist attractions reopen
- Outdoor pitches reopen and indoor sports halls (pools, etc) re-open under conditions
Starting on May, 8:
- Hotels reopen
Starting on May, 15:
- The wearing of masks is lifted outdoor
- Restaurants reopen: gardens, terraces and patios.
- Outdoor theaters and cinemas reopen
Starting on May, 29:
- Restaurants fully reopen and dine-in is allowed
- Sports clubs and gym reopen
- Theaters and cinemas reopen
April, 25: United States
“E.U. Set to Let Vaccinated U.S. Tourists Visit This Summer“, says the New York Times. The head of the European Commission said Europe would switch policy, under certain conditions, after more than a year of mostly banning nonessential travel. American tourists who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will be able to visit the European Union over the summer.
MORE INFO: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/25/world/europe/american-travel-to-europe.html
April, 20: United Kingdom
GREAT NEWS! UK and non-UK passports holders are only allowed to leave the UK from England if they have a “reasonable excuse”, says www.gov.uk.
Volunteering is a reasonable excuse: To provide voluntary services, where it is not reasonably possible to provide those voluntary services from within the UK.
Volunteers must complete this form to declare the reason that they need to travel abroad, if they are travelling outside the UK from England. Different rules apply for international travel if you are departing from Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales.