BRUSSELS – European Union countries on Tuesday agreed on common criteria to coordinate coronavirus travel restrictions.
Ministers from the 27 countries agreed the new guidelines at a meeting in Luxembourg, putting in place a common mapping system to define risk areas in the EU.
The rules, however, are not binding on member states.
Under the plan, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control will publish a weekly map of the EU using a traffic light color system to indicate the level of risk in each area.
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