Kathmandu: With gradual slowing down of the Covid-19 deaths, most of the European countries have started easing travel restrictions from June 15 to receive travelers from certain countries according to Aljazeera.
Belgium has opened its borders from June 15, to European nations, UK, Schengen, Switzerland and Norway while Denmark has also opened its borders to European countries including Germany, Norway and Iceland.
Similarly, France has also eased travel restrictions from June 15 for European nations and Schengen countries excluding Spain. On the other hand Germany also eased travel restrictions for European visitors from June 15.
Italy has eased its travel restrictions from June 3 for most of the visitors coming from EU, UK and Schengen countries. The visitors visiting Italy from other countries will have to stay in self-quarantine for 14 days on their arrival.
Likewise, Austria is going to lift travel ban from June 16 for visitors from EU excluding UK, Spain and Portugal.
Netherland is about to ease travel restrictions from July 1 for visitors from EU, UK, Norway and Switzerland with 14 day’s self-quarantine,while Norway eased its travel restrictions from June 15 for visitors from Denmark and Finland
Spain also has plans to reopen its borders to EU visitors from July 1 after lifting its state of emergency on June 21 while Sweden is to open its border to EU visitors including Norway and Switzerland, but it will remain closed for non-EU countries.
Switzerland has lifted its entry ban from June 15 for all visitors from EU including UK, Norway and Iceland.
UK has lifted its travel ban from June 8 with conditional requirement for the visitors to self-quarantine on arrival in UK.
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