We summarise the latest COVID-19 travel guidance across European countries.
"Many countries have failed to recognise the need to get an entire systems approach to this," said Professor Martin McKee. "It's not just a matter of buying the vaccine, getting it into the country."
"In the future, all companies producing vaccines against COVID-19 in the EU will have to provide early notification whenever they want to export vaccines to third countries," the bloc's Health Commissioner said following a call with AstraZeneca.
With vaccination programmes being rolled out across the continent, health authorities are keen to see them adopted by all communities.
But against them are anti-vaxx campaigns.
Regardless of how keen governments are to roll out the vaccine, it’s likely that some groups in society will be slower to receive it, leading to unequal access and curtailed freedoms.
According to the ONS, 12.7 per cent of the population in England would have tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies by the end of 2020.