Due to the reduction in the number of infections, the German Federal Government will remove the entire Austria and parts of Greece, Croatia and Switzerland from the list of risk areas on Sunday. It is published by the Robert Koch Institute in Germany.
As of Sunday, only two inland counties in Croatia-Međimurje and Varaždin-have been included in the German government’s list of risk areas, and all resorts along the Adriatic coast will be considered risk-free areas.
People who come to Germany by land from these areas will no longer have to pay attention to the restrictions of the royal family.
Tourist destinations in Madeira (Portugal) and Cyprus, as well as 12 other countries in the Balkans, Eastern Europe, Asia and North America will be removed from the list. As of Sunday, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Ukraine are not on the list of risk areas. The German Federal Government continues to formally advise citizens to avoid traveling abroad.
According to Agence France-Presse, by July 1, Germany should cancel most coronavirus warnings for travelers to most countries.
Recall that Germany recently removed six counties from the list of risk areas announced by Robert Koch of the National Institute of Epidemiology on June 4.
> Germany removes six Croatian counties from the list of risk areas
“As of midnight on June 6, Dubrovnik-Neretva, Istria, Karlovac, Krapina-Zagoye, Požega-Slavonia and Split Counties such as Te-Dalmatia are no longer considered as areas of epidemiological risk,” the Robert Koch Institute said at the time.