BORDER RESTRICTIONS EASED THIS WEEKEND ACROSS SOME ALPINE COUNTRIES
The Italian government has signed a decree that will allow travel to and from the country from 3rd June.
It is the latest move as the UK is set to introduced a 14-day quarantine period, that now includes France.
See an update on the situation in our rolling blog, coronavirus impact on snowsports.
Much of the rest of Europe has had strict restrictions since the middle of March and they are set to ease next month.
It comes as the Alps is slowly opening up to tourism as we reported earlier.
Some ski resorts in the Alps prepare to open
ITALY Italy has said it will reopen its border and allow travel between the regions from June 3rd. – which has so far been tightly restricted – from the same day.
The decree was signed by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Saturday and then published.
Shops and restaurants are also due to reopen from 18th May, providing social distancing is enforced.
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