France and the United Kingdom increased police control as Europe regained its borders
France imposes new restrictions, as curfew is not enough to reduce infection.
Limits for travelers from outside the European Union will remain closed (with some exceptions) and a negative PCR test will be mandatory to enter the country.
In addition, large shopping centers and markets will be closed and Prime Minister Jean Castex announced tightening of police controls. Although still No new rigorous imprisonment in sight.
Where the control is going to be even tighter is in the United Kingdom, where, as of Friday, Those caught at parties will be fined 800 pounds the household. The fine will apply to groups of more than 15 people and will be doubled after each offense, for offenders up to a maximum of £ 1,400.
Closing out borders
The German government has agreed to impose unprecedented travel restrictions, Restrictions on entry into the country for travelers from the United Kingdom, Portugal and Ireland.
New coronovirus cases in the country continue to decline, with the number of infections per 100,000 people falling to 94.4 on Friday in seven days, the lowest number since October.
Norway’s border will be closed to all who do not live in the country. Although with few exceptions, among them for health workers arriving from Sweden and Finland, and for people transporting goods.
It comes a week after Oslo and nine neighboring municipalities implement stricter measures, including the closure of all non-essential businesses.
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