MATREI AM BRENNER, AUSTRIA - MARCH 11: A man from Germany crosses the border between Austria and Italy after arriving at the Brenner Pass near Matrei am Brenner on March 11, 2020 near Matrei am Brenner, Austria. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz yesterday announced Austria is turning away people arriving from Italy, except those with a doctor's certificate, in a measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Freight is still being allowed in and any Austrians arriving will also be admitted but will need to submit to quarantine. The Italian government yesterday imposed nationwide measures in a bid to slow the spread of the virus, which has topped 9,100 confirmed cases in Italy. (Photo by Jan Hetfleisch/Getty Images)

Vienna ha abolito le verifiche sanitare alle frontiere messe in atto durante l'emergenza Coronavirus. Dopo oltre tre mesi di forti limitazioni, sono nuovamente possibili i viaggi e la libera circolazione delle persone tra i due Stati, quindi anche con gli altri Paesi del centro e nord Europa