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Free to travel in Italy from June 3rd

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From June 3, Italy travels “without conditions”, with citizens of the Schengen area and of Great Britain who will be able to arrive in the country without a quarantine obligation.

Article by Nicoletta Cottone

Italy starts again. Almost three months after the start of the lockdown for the coronavirus emergency, with 233.5015 total cases, 33.530 deaths, 160.092 recovered and 39.893 currently positive, another important ban falls which had divided families and prevented reaching second homes outside the region. From June 3, Italy has been circulating “without conditions”, with citizens of the Schengen area and of Great Britain who will be able to arrive in the country without the obligation of quarantine. However, some prohibitions remain, from the prohibition of gathering to the maintenance of interpersonal distance, to the use of the mask in closed places, to the strict rules to be respected on public transport. Restrictions on movement remain for those with a fever over 37.5 ° and respiratory symptoms and the obligation to stay at home for those in quarantine. Rules also for traveling by car. Full article at Il Sole24ore.com

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