In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic led to the closure of several borders across the European Union, halting the free circulation of citizens 35 years after the Schengen treaty. During June, 2020, they started to reopen, albeit since then free travel is still intermittent due to the recrudescence of the pandemic. Between the 12th and the ...
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