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Here are the ‘safe’ African countries permitted into Europe

The EU have decided to open its borders to 15 non-EU countries from July 1, 2020.

The council decided to update the list every two weeks.

The unanimous decision by the European Council is not legally binding. This means that countries can choose not to open up to all the listed countries.

There are some African countries on the list. Below is the list of African countries allowed into Europe for now.

· Algeria

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· Morocco

· Rwanda

· Tunisia

Below are the 11 non-African countries

· Australia

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· Canada

· Georgia

· Japan

· Montenegro

· New Zealand

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· Serbia

· South Korea

· Thailand

· Uruguay

· China, subject to confirmation of reciprocity

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