The 14 countries that made it onto the list of states to be allowed into the bloc include Australia, Canada, and Thailand.
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.
India was in the draft list amid high rate of recovery of Covid patients.
The EU released list of nations whose citizens will enter its borders beginning July 1.
The European travel ban has been in place since 17 March due to coronavirus.
The United States now has more confirmed cases and deaths as a result of the virus than any other country, and as a result, officials have made it clear that it's unlikely USA travelers will be able to fly into the region anytime soon. However, Brazil, the United States and China are excluded from the list, BNT reported.
So low is confidence in the future of the transatlantic partnership that only 2% of respondents in Germany and 3% in France said they would expect United States support as Europe rebuilds its damaged economy.
Kenyans won't be permitted to travel to any of the European Union countries as the block reopens its external borders tomorrow, Wednesday, July 1.
European Union officials have been quick to point out that decisions on who can and cannot enter the bloc are not political, but based on science that allows member states to keep their citizens safe.
Also disallowed were citizens of Brazil, Qatar, the U.S. and Russian Federation whom the officials said would be only enter Europe at a later date when the COVID-19 situation improved.
Brussels fears that opening up to countries outside in an ad hoc way could lead to the reintroduction of border controls between nations inside the Schengen area, threatening once again Europe's cherished principle of free movement, which allows people and goods to cross borders without checks.
The United States is now the country most affected by COVID-19 with more than 125,000 deaths - while Europe believes it has passed the peak of its outbreak.