While waiting for a European green pass covid, the EU member states have meanwhile reached an agreement on the proposal for a recommendation, put forward just over 2 weeks ago by the Commission, which advises the 27 countries to remove travel restrictions for extra vaccinated people. EU that intend to come to Europe and that makes the criteria on the basis of which the list of countries considered safe from an epidemiological point of view less rigid. “Today the EU ambassadors – says the spokesman of the Commission Christian Wigand – have agreed to update the approach to travelers arriving in the EU. The Council now recommends removing the restrictions for vaccinated” with vaccines approved by the EMA. “The Council should also draw up a list of countries with a good epidemiological situation from which travel is allowed, based on new criteria”. At the same time, Wigand recalls, “to limit the risk of new variants entering the EU, an emergency brake mechanism is envisaged, which allows countries to act quickly and in a coordinated manner. We welcome the decision, after 2 weeks and half of the Commission proposal. This will allow the resumption of travel to the EU, also ensuring the contrast to variants. Now the recommendation must be formally approved by the Council “, he concludes.