Finland, the country of Santa Claus abandoned by tourists

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Finland, the country of Santa Claus abandoned by tourists


(ANSA) – ROME, OCTOBER 16 – The coronavirus pandemic also damages Santa Claus. Due to travel restrictions, the country of Rovaniemi, the home of Santa Claus in northern Finland, has not welcomed the usual crowd of tourists from all over the world. The Guardian reports it. An influx that usually goes on throughout the year. In August, for example, 78% fewer people visited the village than last year. With great damage for all local businesses


Covid: Finland, Santa Claus country abandoned by tourists


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Covid: Finland, Santa Claus country abandoned by tourists


Finland, which has recorded very few coronavirus cases, has taken some of the strictest measures in Europe to prevent the arrival of foreigners. Since 5 October, the Finnish government has established that all citizens from Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Iceland, Austria, Greece, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Poland, France, Sweden must remain in quarantine for two weeks. , Germany, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Denmark, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Estonia. (HANDLE).

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