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The Italians who go to those two countries will have to respect isolation instead. Break-up with Austria, Greece and Switzerland: on 15 June the borders will reopen but not to those who will arrive from our country

by Andrea Carli

Greece reopens in mid-June, but not to Italian tourists

The Italians who go to those two countries will have to respect isolation instead. Break-up with Austria, Greece and Switzerland: on 15 June the borders will reopen but not to those who will arrive from our country

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Covid-19 emergency management phase two paradoxes. That of coexistence with the virus, pending a vaccine. It is the one that is projected towards the summer holiday season, and therefore (also) of travel abroad. On June 3, the 14-day quarantine requirement imposed following the outbreak of the pandemic will cease for foreign citizens who will arrive in Italy from the countries of the Schengen area (including Spain) and from the United Kingdom and Ireland of the North. For the rest of European citizens, this obligation will fall from 15 June. According to the Dpcm in force, that of 17 May.

The European ranking of the World Health Organization
Among the nationalities that will be able to reach Italy without the obligation to quarantine there are also those that refer to States that, in the WHO (Health Emergency Dashboard, updated to 30 May) ranking on the total number of infections at European level, they record numbers higher than those of our country. This is the case, in fact, of the United Kingdom and Spain: they are respectively in second and third place – respectively 271,222 and 238,936 cases of contagion from coronavirus -, behind Russia (396,575) but in front of Italy, which with 232,248 cases settles fourth. Behind him, two other Schengen countries: Germany (181,196 cases) and France (149,668).

For the Italian mandatory quarantine
The Italian citizen who travels to the United Kingdom and Spain must instead respect the quarantine. In the first case, from June 8, those arriving from outside will have to undergo two weeks of self-isolation. Quarantine is also planned in Spain: free access to that country could start in July. There is also the possibility that in Italy some governors, fearing that a resurgence of the infections may occur, decide to issue an order with which to maintain the obligation of quarantine for the tourist who comes from the Schengen area. A move that would however have a curbing effect on tourist flows, with a further deterioration for a sector that, at present, is in a situation of great difficulty.

The tear with Austria, Greece and Switzerland
The tear remains with some European countries (including within the Schengen circle), which have timidly begun to reopen the borders in view of the summer, however leaving the door to Italy closed, at least for now. To worry the more or less close neighbors is the fear of a spread of the coronavirus infection that, especially in the northern regions, Lombardy in the lead, is not yet tamed. To say no to the Italians are Austria, Switzerland and Greece, which will open from June 15. Croatia has reopened the borders without restrictions to citizens of 10 EU countries in an attempt to restart the collapsed tourism industry due to the coronavirus pandemic. But not to the Italians. Then, with a partial reverse, Zagreb has made it known that with a hotel reservation in hand the Italians can enter.



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