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Top news from across the Capitals: Serbia decides against “weekend curfew” that sparked protests across the nation / Romania records highest daily COVID-19 figure since start of the pandemic / Czech government criticised for slow reaction to regional outbreak / Italians worried about economic situation due to COVID-19 / Spain‘s tourism sector loses €15 billion due to pandemic /
TRAVEL EXEMPTION: The UK will lift its two-week quarantine requirements for people travelling to and from most EU countries from next week, as Boris Johnson’s government continues to ease restrictions put in place to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID RESURGENCE: Several European countries have seen a resurgence of cases or large localised outbreaks of COVID-19, and there is still ‘community transmission’ in most EU/EEA countries, according to a new report.
EXTERNAL TRAVEL ‘SAFE LIST’: The EU agreed on a ‘safe travel list’ from which travel to Europe will be possible from 1 July with the notable exception of the United States, where COVID-19 is still spreading.
EU RESPONSE: A new poll conducted in nine member states details both widespread public disapproval of the EU’s coronavirus response and the need for greater cooperation. The report’s authors claim that these results mean the EU should frame its argument for further integration differently.
INTERNAL BORDER REOPENINGS: After nearly three months of COVID-19 restrictions, the bloc is slowly reopening its internal borders. However, nearly every member state is playing by its own timetable and rules. The EURACTIV Media Network took a closer look.