EU booster requirements

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On Aug. 26, Austria and Croatia announced that COVID-19 vaccinations administered more than 270 days prior to entry to the country would no longer be accepted as valid for entry. Anyone wishing to travel to those countries who was vaccinated beyond the cutoff point would first need to receive a booster shot.

In June, the European Union’s governing body agreed to allow travelers from the US to enter but gave each member country the power to determine any prerequisites for US travelers.

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On Aug. 26, Austria and Croatia announced that COVID-19 vaccinations administered more than 270 days prior to entry to the country would no longer be accepted as valid for entry. Anyone wishing to travel to those countries who was vaccinated beyond the cutoff point would first need to receive a booster shot.

In June, the European Union’s governing body agreed to allow travelers from the US to enter but gave each member country the power to determine any prerequisites for US travelers.