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Sep 23, 2020 12:05 EEST
September 23 (SeeNews) - Italy has lifted a ban on arrivals from Serbia and removed the obligatory quarantine for arrivals from Bulgaria, the Italian health ministry said.
Serbia was moved to group E of countries for which an obligatory 14-day self-isolation is required, while Bulgaria was moved to group B of countries for which a mandatory quarantine is not required if a negative PCR test made up to 48 hours prior to arrival is provided, the Italian health ministry said in a decree issued and posted on its website on September 21.
The Southeastern Europe (SEE) countries for which Italian borders are still closed are Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Moldova and North Macedonia.
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