Germany removes 14 countries from the list of high-risk areas, but adds another 7
From September 19, travelers from Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Barbados, Belize, Guyana, Moldova and Venezuela will face stricter entry restrictions when traveling to Germany, as the 7 countries have been moved to the list of areas. with high epidemiological risk.
According to the Robert Koch Institute, which is the German Agency for Disease Prevention and Control, these countries have been added to the high-risk list due to high incidences in recent days. Thus, starting on Sunday, travelers from these countries who are allowed to enter Germany, in addition to being required to complete the digital entry form, and will have to self-isolate for 10 days.
Those who choose the test method against COVID-19 as a way to end quarantine cannot do so before the fifth day of isolation.
The quarantine period can end more quickly if it is submitted - by einreiseanmeldung.de - proof of recovery, a vaccination certificate or a test certificate. For those who provide proof of recovery or vaccination immediately upon arrival, they will not have to self-isolate.
Updating the list of countries at high risk from an emidemiological point of view, RKI mentioned that the following countries are no longer on the red list:
- Ireland - West Region
- Portugal - Algarve region
- South Africa
The French regions of Corsica and Occitania and Reunion, as well as the regions of Greece, Crete and the South Aegean, were removed from the list on the same day.