Covid, UK removes Italy from safe countries list, adds Crete

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Covid, UK removes Italy from safe countries list, adds Crete


LONDON (Reuters) – The UK government has announced it will remove Italy from the list of countries considered safe for travel, so anyone arriving in the UK from Italy will have to self-isolate for 14 days.


A woman with a suitcase and a mask at Rome Fiumicino airport


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A woman with a suitcase and a mask at Rome Fiumicino airport


Transport Secretary Grant Shapps tweeted that the measure will come into effect starting at 05.00 CET this Sunday.

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Crete, on the other hand, has been added to the list of safe countries and therefore those arriving from the Greek island will no longer be forced to isolate themselves.

(Translated by Danzica editorial staff, Sabina Suzzi editorial office in Milan)

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