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Slovenia opens borders to citizens of 14 states

Reuters Monday, 8 June 2020
Slovenia has opened its borders to citizens of 14 states, including Germany and Switzerland, who can now travel to and from Slovenia without any coronavirus restrictions, the government said on its website on Monday.
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