If you were planning a trip to Europe, you may need to rethink your plans! The E.U.’s safe travel list has reportedly been updated — and Canada didn’t make the cut.
Per a tweet from BNN Bloomberg, the European Union’s safe travel list has been whittled down for the first time in over two months.
The list, which comprises 11 nations permitted to enter the EU with no restrictions, originally included Canada.
However, this is allegedly no longer the case.
#BREAKING: EU REMOVES CANADA FROM TO ITS TRAVEL WHITE LIST— BNN Bloomberg (@BNN Bloomberg)1603285462.0
The updated version of the list is expected to show that Canada, alongside Tunisia and Georgia, has been removed.
This comes as cases of COVID-19 topped 200,000 in Canada.
Residents of Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay are still expected to be able to travel to the region.
Additionally, Singapore has reportedly been approved for travel to the E.U., as the COVID-19 situation there continues to show signs of improvement.
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