How are EU-Countries reacting to the spread of COVID-19? (part 3/5)
The Hungarian government has declared the state of emergency to deal with the spread of COVID-19. This declaration implies an absolute ban on entry into the Hungarian territory for people coming from Italy, China, Iran or South Korea (except for Hungarian citizens).
The Irish government gives some recommendations to people who have been in the last 14 days, before arriving in Ireland, in Italy, China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong or Iran. In particular, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms is encouraged to self-isolate and to contact the family physician.
The SAS Airline has suspended flights between Iceland and the airports of Milan, Venice, Bologna and Turin from 4 to 16 March. In addition, the Norwegian airline has suspended direct flights to Milan until March 15.
The latvian flag carrier, Air Baltic, from Monday 9th March to 30th April has suspended flights to and from the Italian cities of Milan and Verona. In the meantime, Ryanair has decided to reduce the number of its flights to Bergamo.
Liechtenstein government hasn’t adopted severe restrictions for people coming from Infected areas.