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Dhaka, August 31: Italy's health ministry has relaxed travel bans for Bangladeshis. It will be effective from late night today, Tuesday (August 31). The matter was reported in a Facebook post of the Bangladesh Embassy in Rome on Monday (August 30).
Rome, May 17: In Italy, the situation is improving. However, the Ministry of Health has extended the ban on entry of citizens of three countries, including Bangladesh, till May 30 to curb the new rise. Earlier, the entry ban was until May 15. Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza signed the ordinance.
Dhaka, October 16: Italy has finally lifted the ban on expatriate Bangladeshis. As a result, the stranded expatriates will now be able to return to Italy.
Officials in Italy have asked its counterparts in Dhaka to stall flight operations to the European nation after a few Bangladeshi citizens tested positive for the deadly novel coronavirus in Rome. The decision was taken after the citizens, who were travelling in a flight, tested Covid-19 positive on July 6.