With our mission to uncomplicate the complicated, we’ve always thought of our work in immigration as people-first. Our goal is for these emails to make sense of the changes happening across the world. Please share these updates with your colleagues who may find this information helpful, too.
The Czech Republic | On Monday, the government announced the ban on international bus and train travel will be lifted on May 11, at which time non-EU citizens will be allowed entry for seasonal work or healthcare work. Currently, Czechs are allowed to travel internationally, but those who do must provide a negative coronavirus test or self-quarantine.
Case Update: 38 new cases, 12 daily change, Last updated: 2020/5/5, 9:00 PM CEST
Finland | The government announced that essential travel to countries within the Schengen area will be allowed beginning May 14.
Case Update: 73 new cases, -2 daily change, Last updated: 2020/5/5, 9:00 PM CEST
India | Beginning Thursday, May 7, 190,000 Indians who were stuck abroad due to the coronavirus will be repatriated to India from countries around the world, including the US, UK, UAE, and others.
Case Update: 3,900 new cases, 1,347 daily change, Last updated: 2020/5/5, 9:00 PM CEST
Turkey | President Tayyip Erdogan said the country would begin lifting coronavirus related restrictions as of Monday, and continue phasing out the measures through May, June, and July.
Case Update: 1,614 new cases, -56 daily change, Last updated: 2020/5/5, 9:00 PM CEST
Listen to the latest Erickson Immigration Group Immigration Nerds podcast on President Trump’s executive order proclamation, who will be impacted, and for how long. We’re continuing to share stories at the cross-section of immigration, culture, travel, and, for now, the coronavirus. If you have stories to share we want to hear from you.
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