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After the discovery of a new strain of coronavirus in Brazil, the Italian government canceled flights from the Latin American country. About it reported Minister of Health of the country Roberto Speranza.
“I signed a new decree that prohibits flights from Brazil and prohibits those who have been in the country in the past 14 days from entering Italy,” Speranza said.
The message also says that anyone who has arrived from Brazil and is already in Italy must pass the test without fail.
On the eve of toughening the rules of entry into the country due to a new “African” strain of coronavirus announced France. Anyone arriving in the country from outside the European Union must undergo a weekly quarantine, and they must also have a negative coronavirus test result.