From June 3, Italy has reopened its borders to tourists travelling to the country from the European Union Member States and the Schengen Area.
After nearly 3 months of complete lockdown for the containment of the coronavirus, the Italian government has decided to move on by inviting Europeans to visit the country without fearing COVID-19.
As per a notice on the official website of the Government of Italy, from June 3, free travel – for any reason – will be allowed to and from Italy for certain states. These are –
|Latvia||Malta||the Czech Republic|
From June 3, people either entering or returning to Italy from any of the above-mentioned countries will no longer be subjected to sanitary surveillance along with a 14-day mandatory quarantine or fiduciary isolation, provided they have not stayed in different countries in the 14 days before they enter Italy.
Recently, there have been increasing demands for the resumption of cross-border travel between the EU countries in general and the Schengen Area in particular.
With “borderless travel” being the most distinctive feature of the Schengen Area, as countries gradually open their doors to tourism, things are slowly getting back to normal.
Germany is another nation that is lifting certain COVID-19 related restrictions. On June 15, Germany will be replacing its international travel warning for 31 countries with individual travel advice.
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