Belgium extends travel warning to almost all of Austria

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As of Friday 16.00 hrs., a Belgian PCR test and a 14-day quarantine are therefore mandatory if you stay in these areas within the last 14 days directly after entering Belgium.

Due to the rising Corona numbers Belgium sets after Vienna and Tirol now also upper and Lower Austria, Salzburg as well as – again – Vorarlberg on the red list. Starting from Friday 16,00 o’clock are thereby with stay in these areas within the last 14 days directly after the entry to Belgium a Belgian PCR test and a 14-day quarantine obligatory, were called it on Wednesday afternoon on the Website of the Belgian Foreign Ministry.

At the end of September, Belgium had already put Tyrol and Vorarlberg on the Red List after Vienna, but the warning for Vorarlberg was lifted a week ago. When the new rules come into force, a large part of Austria – only Styria and Carinthia are still “orange” – will be on the Red List from Friday afternoon.

If you stay in the “red” areas within the last 14 days, a Belgian PCR test and a 14-day quarantine immediately after entering Belgium is mandatory. Persons from regions on the Red List can be tested either by appointment at Brussels Zaventem Airport, or in one of the country’s state-certified laboratories, whose list is linked on the homepage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A negative test does not prematurely end quarantine, which must be completed in any case.

— Hector Pascua, Source: Belgian Foreign Ministry, with reports from kurier.at. Picture: stockilyapp.com

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