Montenegro, the first country in Europe to declare itself “coronavirus-free,'' has started letting in foreign tourists as of Monday as it seeks to salvage the tourism season following the virus outbreak. Nevertheless, Montenegro's government tweeted Monday that “tourists mostly from Western European countries started arriving as of midnight.". READ MORE:* Coronavirus: Why you really don't want to go to Europe this year* Coronavirus: 'This virus may never go away,' World Health Organisation says* Coronavirus: Europe tries to save summer tourist seasonIn total, the country has had 324 confirmed cases and nine deaths. Lithuania is easing border restrictions on foreign nationals arriving from dozens of European countries. A 14-day quarantine period will no longer be mandatory for those entering from European countries with less than 15 new confirmed coronavirus cases per 100,000 people over the last two weeks.
Source: Stuff June 01, 2020 19:52 UTC