In breaking Sunday news, Americans are now allowed to visit the EU starting this summer.
But there’s a catch- only vaccinated Americans will be allowed in.
The news came out today in a New York Times interview with Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission.
This travel will be made possible by none other than a government-issued vaccine certificate, in the name of safety, of course.
Here are how some are reacting to the news on Twitter:
.@nytimes reporting EU will soon allow US visitors if vaccinated. Schools, events, travel . . . behold the future: the burdened and the unburdened. "Freedom" not to get a vaccine also includes freedom to be burdened. Save your tears. Get shot. Explainer⬇️https://t.co/XGmbMxDUqq https://t.co/f1RO2ZGuh6
— Juliette Kayyem (@juliettekayyem) April 25, 2021
I can hear the anti vaxter’s freaking out now about a ‘vaccine passport’. Tough. The EU can do as they like. Most of the ones upset