Spain lifts ban on travel from Italy

Spain lifts ban on travel from Italy
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The Spanish government announced on Tuesday it is lifting the ban on travel from Italy which was imposed in an effort to contain the coronavirus outbreak, APA reports citing Teletrader.

According to the government gazette, the country will alow flights from Italy, as well as sea travel between the two countries.

However, the government stressed that everyone who arrives from Italy will have to go into a 14-day quarantine, which is obligatory for all entrants to Spain as long as the state of emergency is active.


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