Italy: Quaranite for Bulgaria and Romania Remains, Many Countries Are Banned from Entering
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has signed a new government decree extending the measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic, which expired on September 7, until October 7, Stampa writes. According to the new decree, the stadiums and discos remain closed, BTA reported.
Countries banned from entering Italy are: Armenia, Bahrain, Brazil, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, Kosovo, Kuwait, Northern Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Serbia, Colombia. For the other countries, the rules that are already in force apply. For those coming from Croatia, Greece, Malta and Spain, a coronavirus test is mandatory. The quarantine remains for those coming from Bulgaria and Romania, Stampa points out.
The measures for the masks remain in force - obligatory in closed places and in open places, where social distance cannot be observed. The ban on gathering many people in one place and for 80% occupancy of public transport remains.
A plan to limit the use of cash, considered a means of spreading the infection, is also being considered.
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