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Testing capacity can't meet international travel needs says expert

Under current restrictions, people from only seven countries, including Australia and Singapore, are allowed to enter the 27-nation EU on holidays or for other non-essential reasons, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated. Under the European Commission's new proposals, which require member states' approval, foreign citizens who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and those who arrive from countries with a "good epidemiological situation" would be allowed in. People arriving from Britain, Russia and a number of other countries would be able to meet the new criteria, according to data provided by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) while US citizens would not.

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