Germany intends to ease travel restrictions

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However, the country plans to continue to monitor the global epidemiological situation and issue recommendations for countries with a particularly high incidence.

TBILISI, 11 Jun – Sputnik. The German authorities intend to lift restrictions on entry for residents of countries with an infection rate below 200 per 100 thousand population within a week from July 1, Bild reports.

As noted in the Foreign Ministry, the German government uses the infection rate per 100 thousand population to introduce certain measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Infection over 200 for the regions of Germany during the winter and spring waves of the pandemic in the country was considered a critical level, which required the introduction of local lockdowns.

According to Bild, the abolition of restrictions on visits to regions at risk and arrivals from them (the list is published by the Robert Koch Institute) will be possible thanks to the introduction in the EU of uniform rules for working with vaccinated, ill and tested for COVID-19.

The information of the publication is confirmed by the head of the Foreign Ministry of Germany, Heiko Maas. “With the arrival of summer, hope and confidence return to Germany. In many places, the incidence is decreasing, more people are vaccinated. After long months of lockdown, we can enjoy a normal life, this also applies to travel,” Maas said on June 11.

Maas emphasized that Germany will cancel the general recommendation of refusal to travel to risk regions from July 1, but the country plans to continue to monitor the global epidemiological situation and issue recommendations for countries with a particularly high incidence rate and by countries, in particular, where the dangerous version of the mutated COVID is spread -nineteen.

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