Tourists take a selfie in Venice on Sunday, a day before Italy and neighbouring EU countries open up borders for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown began. Photo: ReutersTourists take a selfie in Venice on Sunday, a day before Italy and neighbouring EU countries open up borders for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown began. Photo: Reuters
Tourists take a selfie in Venice on Sunday, a day before Italy and neighbouring EU countries open up borders for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown began. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Europe reopens many borders but not to Americans nor Asians

  • Countries starting to allow some travel from EU, Britain and rest of continent’s usually passport-free Schengen area
  • Like their counterparts in US and Asia, tourists from Latin America and Middle East will also have to wait
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Tourists take a selfie in Venice on Sunday, a day before Italy and neighbouring EU countries open up borders for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown began. Photo: ReutersTourists take a selfie in Venice on Sunday, a day before Italy and neighbouring EU countries open up borders for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown began. Photo: Reuters
Tourists take a selfie in Venice on Sunday, a day before Italy and neighbouring EU countries open up borders for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown began. Photo: Reuters
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