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Italy opens borders for tourists from EU and Schengen area

Source : 112 Ukraine

After entering the country, travelers won't have to spend two weeks in isolation
13:36, 3 June 2020

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On June 3, Italy opened borders for foreign tourists. Thus, travelers won't have to spend two weeks in isolation upon arrival. Corriere Della Serra reported that on Wednesday. 

Lifting of restrictions only concerns citizens of the EU and the Schengen area. The Europeans who have visited non-EU member states or non-Schengen area member countries will have to stay in self-isolation for 14 days. 

Italy lifts the restrictions on internal tourism as well. Thus, the citizens are now allowed to move across various regions of the country, which they couldn't have done over the last three months.

Related: Almost 400 Ukrainians evacuated from Italy, Germany, Kazakhstan over day

The next mitigation of quarantine is slated for June 15, when people will be allowed to visit cinemas, concerts and use the tourist transport.

Over the last 24 hours, 318 people got infected with coronavirus in Italy. 55 people died. 233,515 cases were recorded in this country since the epidemic reached it. 33,530 people deceased, and 160,092 successfully recovered.

Related: Italy thanks Ukraine for helping it combat Covid-19 pandemic

 

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