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Austria lifting checks at Italian border and for most EU arrivals

Reuters Wednesday, 10 June 2020
Austria is lifting checks at its border with Italy and ending quarantine requirements for more than 20 European countries as of June 16, Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg said on Wednesday.
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