Today, Austria is considered a coronavirus high-risk area for Germany. Due to the high infection figures, a travel warning from the German Foreign Ministry therefore also came into effect at 0:00. Only the municipalities of Mittelberg and Jungholz and the Rißtal in the municipal area of Vomp and Eben am Achensee are exempt.
People arriving from Austria who have not been vaccinated and have not recovered must spend ten days in quarantine in Germany. Free testing is possible from the fifth day.
The travel warning and the stricter entry rules hit domestic tourism especially hard. In addition to unvaccinated guests, all children under the age of twelve must also undergo a five-day quarantine after returning to Germany. Vaccinated and recovered persons must register digitally on a mandatory basis before entering Germany. When entering the country, the confirmation of registration must be carried. For the small border traffic as well as border commuters and cross-border commuters an exception from the obligation to register and quarantine applies.
— source: ORF.at/picture:pixabay.com
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