Germany removes almost all of Austria from risk list

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Due to falling CoV infection figures, the German government on Sunday removed almost all of Austria as well as Italy and the Czech Republic from the list of risk areas. In addition, parts of Switzerland, Croatia and France will also be removed from the list. This was announced today by the Robert Koch Institute. Anyone coming to Germany by land from these areas will no longer have to observe any CoV entry restrictions.

In addition, there are some overseas territories of France and the Netherlands, as well as the Vatican. Anyone arriving in Germany by land from these areas will no longer have to observe any entry restrictions due to Corona. Only air passengers will still have to present a negative test upon entry.

Entry restrictions are also relaxed for Turkey, Sweden and Lithuania. These three countries will be downgraded from high-incidence to high-risk areas. This means that the general quarantine requirement of five to ten days on entry to Germany will no longer apply. Those who can show a negative test no longer have to isolate themselves.

As a rule, countries are classified as high-incidence areas if the number of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants within one week (seven-day incidence) exceeds 200. Risk areas are further defined as more than 100 countries with an incidence above 50.

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