VILNIUS - Visitors from low-risk countries outside the European Union should not be required to self-isolate after the bloc opens its external borders, Lithuanian Interior Minister Rita Tamasuniene said on Friday.
"Once decisions to allow entry for third-country nationals have been made, it would make sense not to apply quarantine requirements to arrivals from third countries of low epidemiological risk," she said in a press release.
Tamasuniene discussed these ideas during an informal video conference of EU interior ministers earl...
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