LOS ANGELES (UKTN) – The president of the European Commission told the New York Times that vaccinated Americans would be allowed to travel to and within the EU this summer.
However, no travel schedule has been provided, nor any details on how American tourists will need to prove they have been vaccinated.
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LAX travelers on Sunday had mixed reactions to the announcement.
“If a person is fully vaccinated,” said John Ragis, a UK resident to UKTN, “then I think you should allow international travel, absolutely.
Ryan Cooley, however, has said that while he understands the rationale behind proving your immunization status, he thinks it can be a bit of control, telling people where and when they can do something about it.
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“… It’s a little strange to me,” he said.
Officials are still discussing how to make vaccine certificates technologically possible so that they can be read in different countries.
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