Covid-19: Ukraine included in Germany's list of high-risk areas

Source : 112 Ukraine

IThe rules for those entering Germany from Ukraine will be tightened from October 10
13:29, 9 October 2021

Germany recommends its citizens to abstain from visiting Ukraine until the end of summer
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Ukraine has been declared a high-risk zone in Germany since Sunday, October 10. This is stated in a message published on Friday, October 8, on the website of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI).

Ukrainian tourists, if they are not fully vaccinated or have not recovered from Сovid-19, will be sent to a 10-day quarantine, from which it will be canceled only five days after arrival based on the results of a negative test.

In addition to Ukraine, from October 10, Brunei, Estonia, Yemen and Latvia will also be included in the list of high-risk zones. At the same time, such countries as Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Kazakhstan and Colombia, as well as a number of territories belonging to France and two provinces of Norway are excluded from the list. The Russian Federation was added to this list on July 7th.

Areas of increased epidemiological risk in Germany are countries and regions where the threat of coronavirus infection is especially high. It is not only the number of infected that matters. Other criteria are also taken into account, such as the rate of spread of Covid-19, the congestion of hospitals and the lack of complete data on the situation with the coronavirus.

Related: Travel restrictions: EU adds Ukraine to 'green list'

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