European Union launches web with country information on the corona crisis

The European Union has launched a website that allows citizens to see at a glance the corona measures and the opening of the borders of the EU Member States: reopen.europa

The website
is an initiative of the European Union and should become the website where Europeans can go to request information about a specific country. This is certainly useful in view of the holidays within the EU, as many borders reopened on Monday 15 June.

The website states the following: The European Union and all its Member States are preparing for a safe reopening of Europe. While protecting public health remains our priority, we want everyone to enjoy their vacation, reunite with family and friends, and travel for any purpose. This interactive application provides you with the information you need to confidently plan your European travels and vacations while remaining healthy and safe. The information is updated regularly and is available in 24 languages ​​for your convenience.

Disclaimer: The information on this page is not exhaustive. It is based on the latest available data from EU Member States and collected from other public and authoritative national sources. While the Commission strives to keep the information as current as possible, we do not take any responsibility, express or implied, for the completeness and accuracy of the information on this page or individual decisions thereon. Currently, this application is partly dependent on automated translations. All delivered content will be checked by authorized translators in the coming days. We apologize for any inconvenience and strive to continuously improve the user experience.

Source: SpanjeVandaag