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Sweden prolongs advice against non-essential trips to Estonia, Ireland and Latvia

Christian Fernsby |
Latvia and Ireland for reasons that are not absolutely necessary, at least until December 16, after the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs estimated that the epidemiological situation in all three remains risky.

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Topics: SWEDEN   

The MF has decided to extend the advice against non-essential travel to all three EU members.

“The Ministry for Foreign Affairs makes the assessment that since the last review, no changes have occurred in these countries that would warrant lifting the advice against non-essential travel,” the MFA notes in a press release.


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