Lithuania stated it will inflict a two-week quarantine on travelers arriving from France beginning Monday following a spike in coronavirus instances there, AFP reports.
The state’s chief epidemiologist, Loreta Asokliene, told reporters today that France is the most recent addition to some Lithuanian collection of nations which have seen at least 16 new supported coronavirus instances per 100,000 individuals over the previous two weeks.
The upgraded”black record” requiring all incoming travelers, such as Lithuanian taxpayers, to self-isolate for fourteen days will comprise 12 EU member countries as of Monday, she added.
Others are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Spain and Sweden.
France’s seven-day typical of fresh Covid-19 instances has climbed over the 1,000 threshold for the first time as the first half of May, as it accelerates its own lockdown.
French health authorities reported ,377 added confirmed cases of coronavirus on Thursday, 1 day after identifying 21 new clusters, bringing the total to 147.