Travelers can vacation in Italy once again as of June 3, the government announced. The government will allow travel across the country from that same day amid COVID-19 spread which has killed over 31,000 in the country.
Italy will allow travel to and from abroad starting on June 3, the government announced late Friday night. According to the decree approved by Italy’s Cabinet, restrictions will also be lifted on travel within Italy — meaning residents will once again be allowed to freely travel from region to region.
Italy has the third-highest death toll in the world.