Emilia-Romagna to test people returning from Greece, Spain

Swabs for holidaymakers returning from Malta too

(ANSA) - ROME, 11 AGO - Emilia-Romagna Governor Stefano Bonaccini is set to sign an ordinance making it obligatory for holidaymakers returning from Greece, Spain and Malta to have a coronavirus swab as of Wednesday, sources said.
    As a result, people returning from vacations in these three countries will have to immediately report their arrival to their local health authority.
    They will then have a swab within 24 hours.
    They will not be obligated to go into quarantine if the result is negative. (ANSA).


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