Code orange on Monaco for Netherlands

The Netherlands is the latest country to issue a warning against all travel to Monaco while putting in place a 10-day quarantine for visitors coming from the Principality.
The government gave its new travel advisory to residents of the Netherlands at midnight Tuesday, upgrading its warning to orange for Monaco, Spain, three regions of France, and also the Scottish city of Aberdeen in the United Kingdom, advising against all but necessary travel.
“The number of coronavirus infections is increasing in various places in Europe,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement. “The travel advice for these Covid-19 risk areas will therefore be adjusted on the advice of the RIVM.”
The new regions of France that have gone orange are the Alpes-Maritimes, Sarthe and Hérault.
Anyone entering the Netherlands after visiting these areas, as well as residents from Monaco, will be instructed to enter home quarantine for 10 days upon arrival, the Ministry said.
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