On the current "safe" list, still likely to be amended, are Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay, BBC News reported.
U.S. neighbour Canada, as well as Japan, Australia, New Zealand and Uruguay, were included without conditions on the list.
The list will act as a recommendation to European Union members, meaning they will nearly certainly not allow access to travelers from other countries, but could potentially set restrictions on those entering from the 14 nations.
The EU executive spelled out on Thursday (11 June) recommendations to member states to fully reopen the bloc's internal borders on 15 June and then allow travellers from selected countries to enter the bloc from 1 July.More news: Carl Reiner Remembered: "He Was My Guiding Light" Says Son Rob Reiner
As before, visitors from states not on the list can enter the European Union under certain conditions, including European Union citizens and their family members who live outside the bloc.
"In eight of nine surveyed countries, the share of respondents who have adopted a more negative view of China in the past year has increased by a factor of two and a factor of 10", the report states.
The US, Brazil and Russian Federation - countries where the coronavirus is still spreading - will most likely remain excluded for the time being.
The EU will revise the list every two weeks based on epidemiological criteria, including the countries' overall response to COVID-19 and declining infections rates which reflect similar or lower cases per 100,000 inhabitants compared to the EU average.More news: Fatally Shot, 1 Injured At Park Where Protesters Gathered For Breonna Taylor
A Kenyan passport. Kenya is among countries that have been banned to travel to Europe. In recent days there has been a resurgence of Covid-19 cases in many states across the country. However, today, June 29, a meeting was held in Brussels, at which they chose to revise the list and reduced it to 15 countries.
Earlier this month the European Commission also stressed that reopening borders with non-EU states in the Western Balkans was a priority from 1 July.
Under the procedure, the member states will be deciding by qualified majority on the list, with the results expected to be announced later today.More news: Lewis Hamilton says Bernie Ecclestone comments on race 'ignorant'