RIGA - Various European countries are still showing mixed results in containing the Covid-19 pandemic, but in the Baltic states the coronavirus is spreading at an even rate, therefore resumed travel within the three countries would not pose huge epidemiological risks, Jurijs Perevoscikovs, head of the Infectious Disease Risk Analysis and Prevention Department at the Center for Disease Prevention and Control, told LETA.
The expert believes that as the Baltic states' inner borders reopen, travelers would have to be required to self-isolate for 14 days after crossi...
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