Court halts obligatory COVID tests for arrivals to Sardinia

Regional administrative court to examine case Oct 7

(ANSA) - ROME, SEP 17 - The Sardinia regional administrative court on Thursday suspended an order signed by Governor Christian Solinas making it obligatory for everyone arriving on the island to have a COVID-19 test.
    The court upheld a petition from central government for the order to be suspended pending a definitive decision.
    The court will examine the case on October 7.
    However, the obligation to wear facemasks in enclosed public spaces and open-air areas where there is a risk of large groups of people forming remains. (ANSA).


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