- Hungary and Greece are closing their borders to asylum seekers amid the coronavirus outbreak, both countries announced Sunday.
- Hungary’s chief security advisor said applications from asylum seekers were indefinitely suspended due to coronavirus, citing concerns about people coming in from Iran; and Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis said the country would stop accepting new asylum applications for one month.
- Greece’s announcement came during clashes at its border after Turkey said it would allow migrants to cross over into Europe.
- Countries are boosting travel restrictions amid the outbreak, and some have barred entry to foreign nationals who’ve traveled in the last read more >>>
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