The Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have opened their borders to one another, creating a coronavirus “travel bubble”.
This is the first “travel bubble” in Europe since nations began shutting their borders earlier this year in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Anybody arriving from outside the zone however must self-isolate for 14 days.
Both Finland and Poland have also been approached to join the Baltic travel bubble. Estonia and Finland have eased travel for business and education already, as have Poland and Lithuania.
More at: BBC News