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BERLIN (AP) — Europe's tourism revival is running into turbulence only weeks after countries reopened their borders, with rising infections in Spain and other nations causing increasing concern among health authorities over people bringing the coronavirus home from their summer vacations.
European countries started opening up to each other's tourists in mid-June, but recent events have shown that the new freedom to travel is subject to setbacks. Over the weekend, Britain imposed a 14-day quarantine on travelers arriving from Spain, Norway ordered a 10-day quarantine for people returning from the entire Iberian peninsula, and France urged its citizens not to visit Spain's Catalonia region.
In Austria, the lakeside resort town of St. Wolfgang shortened bar opening hours after an outbreak was detected on Friday. By Monday, 53 people had tested positive, including many people working in the tourism industry.
In Germany, officials decided last week to set up testing stations at airports to encourage people arriving from a long list of countries deemed high-risk — including popular destinations such as Turkey — to get tested. They will also allow people to get tested elsewhere for free within three days of arrival.
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Affiliated Press International AP and it's affiliated media from the Euro-zone Union to the four corners of the globe. * Covid-19 spike takes the world by viral storm. Other world happenings plays second fiddle to this global Population Pruning Pandemic.
CORONA VIRUS COVERAGE. THE DEADLY SPREAD THAT IS WORLDWIDE AND UNRELENTING.
Countries across the globe are taking unprecedented measures to contain this resurgence viral pandemic. Maintaining a heightened awareness of self-isolation as a preventative measure, stopping people from
going about their daily regimen where coming
into contact with the highly contagious virus could
be not enough, and, therefore, bringing to a halt, or, at the very least, slowing in it's tracks the escalation of an infected population and crippling Economies.