COVID-19: Italy to permit worldwide travel with out restrictions from June 3
Italy allowing foreign trips and exits from June 3 a few weeks later as part of its reduction in coronavirus prevention.
More than 31,000 Italians have died from COVID-19, the third leading cause of death in the world after the United States and the UK.
Italy set up a global blockade after becoming the first country outside Asia with a major coronavirus outbreak.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has opened the Italian border and allowed people to move freely in the country from June 3, a key step in economic recovery after a two-month closure.
Italians will be allowed to move about freely, according to a government decree issued early Saturday morning. The document confirmed that some businesses would reopen on May 18 and barred from allowing meetings.
All travel routes will be canceled on June 3 in Italy – a major event on the Italian recovery route, the government hopes to save the upcoming holiday, while Italians typically flee to cities for their summer vacation.