The Czech Government asks that Italians be banned from traveling to other countries in Europe

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis has launched this Sunday the proposal to prohibit Italian citizens from traveling to other countries in Europe to avoid contagion of the coronavirus.

“Italy should ban its citizens from traveling in Europe because we cannot order it through Schengen,” Babis said in statements to Czech television CT.

“At least (Prime Minister Giuseppe) Conte could at least ask its citizens to avoid traveling in Europe,” he added.

In that same sense, Babis has summoned his fellow citizens who have traveled to Italy on vacation to return immediately to the country.

Italy is, without counting China, the country most affected by the new coronavirus with 233 dead in the country. In addition, confirmed cases add up to 5,883 according to Civil Protection data.

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