Slovakia Adds Croatia, France, Spain, Belgium, Netherlands and Malta to Quarantine Requirement | News



PRAGUE (Reuters) - La Slovaquie exigera que les voyageurs de six autres pays européens restent en quarantaine à partir du 1er septembre en raison de l'augmentation du nombre de cas de coronavirus dans ce pays, a annoncé vendredi le ministère de la Santé.

These are Croatia, a popular holiday destination for Slovaks, as well as Spain, France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Malta.

Anyone who has visited these countries in the previous two weeks will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days or test negative after at least five days of self-isolation after entering Slovakia.

The ministry has also advised people not to travel to Greece and parts of other European countries due to the growing number of coronavirus cases. These areas include the Czech capital Prague, the Austrian capital Vienna and the United Kingdom, Tayside in Scotland and the North West region of England.

Slovakia will also ban outdoor events with more than 1,000 people and indoor events with more than 500 people from the beginning of September, and internal events must end before 11 p.m.

Children in fifth grade and high school students will be required to wear face masks in schools during the first two weeks of the school year, which begins September 1. Younger children should wear them in common areas of schools and pre-school facilities.

Slovaks must already wear face masks in shops, public buildings and on public transport.

(Reporting by Jan Lopatka; Editing by Susan Fenton)



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