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Finland is reintroducing immigration control for travelers from Slovenia, Austria and Switzerland

July 27, 2020

The Finnish government announced on Monday that travelers from Slovenia, Austria and Switzerland have to go through a 14-day quarantine due to the increase in coronavirus cases in these countries.

Finland has indicated that restrictive measures will go into effect this Monday and will continue until “the incidence of COVID-19 has not exceeded eight new cases per 100,000 population in the past fortnight.”

At the same time, he said that “checks at the internal borders between Finland and Spain, Luxembourg, Portugal, Poland, France, Sweden and the Czech Republic will continue with the exception of the already exempted pleasure craft”.

Finland is reintroducing immigration control for travelers from Slovenia, Austria and SwitzerlandFinland is reintroducing immigration control for travelers from Slovenia, Austria and Switzerland

The Nordic nation has recalled that these countries need to register “a maximum of ten new cases per 100,000 population in the past fortnight” to lift these border controls.

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