Today, June 25, Slovenia has included Albania and Portugal in the list of "red zones" of the countries from which entry means a 14-day quarantine, with some exceptions.
So for Albanians who want to enter Slovenia, a 14-day quarantine is mandatory. The restrictions will come into effect tomorrow. Slovenian government spokesman Jelko Kacin advised against going to countries considered to be red zones.
"We highly recommend avoiding any trip to these countries"Jelko Kacin, spokesman for the Slovenian government
Slovenians point out that "red areas" include countries that have experienced more than 40 new daily infections per 100.000 inhabitants in the past two weeks. The measure will be reviewed every 14 days. Luxembourg and Montenegro have also been included in the yellow list. Given the situation, the government could also take further border measures if necessary
Previously it has been Montenegro to close the border with Albania due to the increase in the number of COVID infections in the country. In Albania, 9 victims have been registered in the last 14 days, bringing the total number of victims to 49.
Croatia: re-introduced self-isolation obligation for entrances from some Balkan countries
As reported by the Nova Agency, the Croatian authorities have re-introduced the obligation of self-isolation for those coming from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and North Macedonia starting from midnight today. Albania does not appear in the list. Mandatory isolation must last two weeks.
The decision was made in light of the increase in the number of people infected by Covid-19 in Croatia in recent weeks. According to the health authorities, the infections were largely due to the importation of cases from the countries indicated above.
Albania, today's bulletin June 25 2020
The cases of coronavirus in our country continue to increase and for a week there have been a few victims every day.
Today a 66-year-old man who was hospitalized for infectious diseases died. The Ministry of Health announces that 24 new cases have been registered with COVID-344 in the last 78 hours.
A good part of the daily cases is linked to the contacts of previous positive cases, while investigations related to new cases continue. In total, 49 people have lost the battle against coronavirus in Albania, while 76 patients are currently being treated at the hospital for infectious diseases, of which 14 of them are in intensive care and 2 are intubated.
According to the ministry, in the last 24 hours, 33 citizens have recovered, bringing the number of people recovered to 1250 since the beginning of the epidemic. Currently there are 894 active infections with in the country, mainly in Tirana, Shkoder, Durres.
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