As previously reported, a mutated coronavirus was identified in England, and after Italy and other European countries. According to the data available at the moment, it is spreading faster than usual and therefore can pose an even greater threat.
Despite the fact that the mutation was found not only in England, but also in other countries, the EU Commission recommends leaving the borders within the European Union open. German news agency dpa, referring to information received from EU circles, reports that freight traffic between the countries will continue to be carried out. As for passenger travel, they are still not prohibited.
The authorities strongly recommend avoiding any travel that could be avoided or postponed to a more favorable period. However, the European Commission does not recommend closing the borders.
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