PUBLISHED: 14:57, Sat, Sep 5, 2020 | UPDATED: 14:57, Sat, Sep 5, 2020
However, this could be set to change after the country recorded a sudden spike in cases.
Italy has recorded over 274,000 cases of coronavirus and over 35,500 deaths.
And now, the holiday hotspot has recorded “highest case number since May 3”.
The country reported 1,733 new cases of the coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
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Italy could be added to quarantine list as it ‘records highest case numbers since May' (Image: GETTY)
Italy holidays: The country has recorded over 274,000 cases of coronavirus (Image: GETTY)
CEO of travel consultancy The PC Agency Paul Charles has been tweeting daily updates regarding country’s coronavirus rates.
Today he said that Cyprus remains a “clear leader” for keeping coronavirus case rates low but that Italy is now in the amber zone.
He said: “Sat update: #Italy now in the Amber zone as it records highest case numbers since 3rd May.
“#Greece and #Turkey remain stable in the green zone.
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