With the Covid-19 pandemic still ongoing, many European countries in the Schengen Area are implementing travel restrictions on those who are visiting from abroad. Due to a large number of cases, some countries are in a national lockdown, only allowing essential travel, while others require visitors to undergo testing before or after they arrive, as well as entering quarantine before continuing with their trip.
When will a Covid-19 vaccine become widely available?
Each country will have its own Covid-19 vaccine approval and roll out plans, which will be dependent on their regulatory processes, the doses of vaccine each country has obtained, and their logistical capabilities.
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Everything you need to know about driving in the Schengen Area
If you are traveling to the Schengen Area, a cheap and flexible way to travel, especially if you want to see places outside major cities, is to drive - either with your own car or a hire vehicle. However, there are many important things you need to know before driving in the Schengen Area.