Italy not to open borders to non-EU countries

Italy not to open borders to non-EU countries

The Italian government has decided not to open its borders to non-EU countries, La Repubblica reported.

“Globally, the epidemiological situation remains still complex and we must avert the sacrifices made by Italians in recent months being in vain,” Roberto Speranza, Italy’s Minister of Health said.

Citizens of non-EU countries arriving in Italy from Schengen Area countries will have to go through a two-week mandatory quarantine, according to La Repubblica.

Europian Council has agreed to start lifting travel restrictions for residents of some third countries on June 30.

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