Germany wants to declare Austria a high-risk area

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Germany wants to put Austria on the list of high-risk areas again because of the increased infection figures. The Czech Republic and Hungary would also be declared high-risk areas by Berlin, Funke Mediengruppe reported, according to Reuters. The classification is to take effect as early as Sunday. According to the report, vaccinated and recovered people will not have to go into quarantine after returning from these countries, while unvaccinated people will have to go into a ten-day quarantine after returning.

The quarantine should end after five days at the earliest with a negative Corona test.

So far, only the EU countries Slovakia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovenia were on the Robert Koch Institute’s list. Countries and regions with a particularly high risk of infection are classified as high-risk areas by the German Robert Koch Institute.

Until now, a 3-G certificate was sufficient for entry from Austria to Germany. In the future, registration and quarantine will be mandatory. For vaccinated and recovered persons, the quarantine obligation does not apply. In the future, they must complete a digital entry registration prior to entry, uploading their vaccination or convalescence certificate. When entering the country, the confirmation of the registration must be carried along.

Austria had been removed from the German risk list only five months ago – in June. Last fall, the Federal Republic had placed the Austrian provinces on the risk list one after the other and finally declared all of Austria – with the exception of Kleinwalsertal and Jungholz – a risk area on November 1.

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