Italy has announced its set date for the reopening of the country’s borders, despite being one of the hardest hit by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced this weekend that travel to and from Italy – and between the country’s regions, something which has previously been restricted – will be allowed from June 3.
Travellers from EU countries and the Schengen travel area will be able to enter Italy without undergoing a 14-day quarantine.
This comes after the government had begun to gradually ease the country’s lockdown, as shops, restaurants and places of worship are set to reopened on Monday (May 18).
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