Peru Bans Flights from Europe for Two Weeks

In addition, the government decided to "to ban the entry of non-resident foreigners who have been in the United Kingdom in the last two weeks," he said.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru's government has decided to ban flights from Europe for two weeks as a preventive measure against a new strain of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) disease that appears to be quickly spreading through the United Kingdom, President Francisco Sagasti said on Monday, December 21st.

It was one of a series of measures of "a preventive nature" aimed at preventing the new variant of the virus from circulating in Peru, and complying with World Health Organization recommendations that countries strengthen control and prevention procedures, said Sagasti.

In addition, the government decided to "to ban the . . .

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