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Italy will probably not reopen tourism to Kenya

Covid-19 emergency extended to 31st october

03-09-2020 by redazione

Probably you don't need to wait until next Monday to know if you will finally be able to leave Italy to go to Kenya and almost all the other non-Schengen countries.
After the approval of the Decree Law Covid-19 by the Parliament that extends the state of emergency until next October 31, the Italian Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, said that the next DPCM, the one that among its ordinances, following the decisions of the United Europe, prohibits travel beyond the countries of the Schengen area if not for proven reasons of urgency and emergency, will more or less leave things as they are.
Therefore, there is little chance of opening up abroad and to long-range destinations. If anything, it will be necessary to see if in the list of countries declared safe and from which it is allowed to travel, will be added some countries defined as safe.
Regarding the European lockdown, Speranza made it clear that the restrictions adopted so far have been very hard but they have worked, even if the battle is not yet won.
"We have seen a gradual rise in the number of contagions. I want to start from the data. The Ecdc has indicated the incidence rate of all European countries in the last 2 weeks compared to 100 thousand inhabitants: Spain 205, France 88, Croatia 87, Romania 84, our country is at 23. In a data very similar to that of Germany, among the best data in the European context. We have reached 25 million and 700 thousand cases in the world. These numbers tell us some things that we must try to analyze. First of all they tell us that the lockdown in our country has worked and that the behavior of Italians and government measures have managed to bend the curve and give us a significant advantage over most European countries".
Hope looks forward to the vaccine that perhaps from the beginning of next year will ensure a return to normality and confidence, but also to a hypothesis to be shared with other European countries, that of the compulsory swabs in every Schengen airport.
Probably you don't need to wait until next Monday to know if you will finally be able to leave Italy to go to Kenya and almost all the other non-Schengen countries.
After the approval of the Decree Law Covid-19 by the Parliament that extends the state of emergency until next October 31, the Italian Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, said that the next DPCM, the one that among its ordinances, following the decisions of the United Europe, prohibits travel beyond the countries of the Schengen area if not for proven reasons of urgency and emergency, will more or less leave things as they are.
Therefore, there is little chance of opening up abroad and to long-range destinations. If anything, it will be necessary to see if in the list of countries declared safe and from which it is allowed to travel, will be added some countries defined as safe.
"The next dpcm will take into account all the things I tried to say and will confirm the general structure with which we left with the last dpcm expiring on September 7 - concluded Speranza - We are working on some steps forward, with a solution regarding the request for reunification for binational couples. We have probably found a solution and I hope that there will be a positive response in the dpcm. Very soon all the minutes of the Cts will be published. The government line has been very transparent, we are working for these minutes to be published. Italy will be able to live up to the challenge we are facing".

 

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