With countries entering lockdown and unlocking slowly, many tourists are stranded and with new rules and regulations, it is getting difficult for tourists who need to keep updated on the latest travel warnings and regulations.
On Tuesday, the European Union countries approved with a series of guidelines aimed at facilitating free movement which was disrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The decision was taken at a meeting in Luxembourg where the envoys of 27 European States agreed on a common approach which will help citizens and workers get more clarification on how they could transit between the countries.
This new decision is after the countries which started unlocking after months of lockdown which were closed in March of this year to curb the rise of coronavirus. Even though via Schengen agreement citizens can transit between the countries, the move to close the…