A government ban on flight connections from Czech Republic to Northern Italy and South Korea, in view of these regions being heavily affected by the coronavirus known as COVID-19, has gone into effect this Thursday.
The ban concernes around 50 flights made to the regions every week, including popular destinations such as Venice and Bologna. A ban on flights to China has been in effect for some time already.
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