COVID-19, Borders, the Movement of People and a weary European union

 

Tanish Saxena a student of Symbiosis School of International Studies discusses the lockdowns imposed by Schengen countries during the pandemic and the resultant restricted inter-state movements. Schengen countries and EU member states, like Germany, have closed their borders or severely restricted access with strict controls imposed. Measures that have created a blockage in the movement of people, leaving foreign citizens and trans-border commuters stranded within the EU, unable to go back and forth between their places of residence and work. To Read more