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Austria's Swiss and Liechtenstein borders to fully reopen on June 15

Reuters Friday, 15 May 2020
Austria has struck the same border-opening agreement with Switzerland and Liechtenstein as the one it previously announced with Germany, to fully allow travel from June 15, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said on Friday.
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