But US citizens shouldn't start packing their bags.
European Commission introduced its recommendation for the reopening of internal Schengen borders on June 15, so the citizens of European countries would be eligible to travel within the Schengen Zone freely, as they did before the Coronavirus outbreak.
We are entering a new phase with a targeted opening of our external borders as of tomorrow.
The situation in the usa means that Europe will be missing out on a huge number of tourists: France welcomed over 5 million tourists from the United States in 2019.More news: MLS announces revised 2020 transfer windows due to impact of COVID-19
The 14 countries include Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Canada.
China would also get the facilities subject to the official confirmation of reciprocity.
The United States, by contrast, stands at 122 cases per 100,000 people, and numbers are getting worse.
The EU has roughly 116 million more people than the U.S. But the bloc is now reporting roughly 1.5 million coronavirus cases - far less than the more than 2.6 million cases reported by the U.S. It has deemed these countries as having managed to contain the contagious Covid-19. Israel is also off the list.
Now that the European Union travel list has been released, the bloc plans to revise it on a regular basis, as frequently as every two weeks.More news: Donald Trump on wearing of mask: All you need to know
Notably, there are several exemptions to the travel restrictions for European Union citizens and their family members, long-term European Union residents and their family members, and travelers with an essential function or need.
So during this period United Kingdom nationals and their family members are exempt from the EU's temporary travel restriction.
Diplomats spent five days debating the list, amid varying pandemic concerns.
Algeria, even though on the EU's list, announced on Sunday evening that its borders would remain closed until further notice, citing a spike in new cases.
European Union nations in the 26-member Schengen zone normally allow passport-free border crossings for European Union citizens, but national authorities have reimposed restrictions in this crisis.More news: Iran Issues Arrest Warrant For Trump
If no USA tourists visit Europe in the coming months, it would deal another financial blow to an already ailing travel and hospitality industry. Some visas will be granted for missions authorized by the government, it said.