In Germany, for travellers from areas that the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not currently consider dangerous, such as popular tourist destinations in Istria or the Balearic Islands, starting from Tuesday, travellers entering the country must be Coronation coronation test.
The Minister of the Interior Horst Sihofer said: “People from all possible countries meet in tourist areas, so it is possible to spread infections.”
Regardless of whether the airport before boarding is in a high-risk area, all passengers arriving in Germany by plane must have a negative test for coronavirus within 48 hours before boarding.
Airlines that will accept untested passengers will face fines of up to 25,000 euros.
Passengers from Schengen countries will be subject to random control, while all other passengers will be fully controlled, including passengers from the European Union, but passengers from countries that have not yet applied the Schengen regime, such as Croatia.
This air traffic rule is valid until May 12th.
At the same time, the strict controls on the border crossing between the Austrian Federal State of Tyrol and Germany were lifted, and the strict controls on the Czech Republic due to the coronavirus variants are still in effect.
At other land ports, the rule applies to the police can check passengers entering the country within 30 kilometers, which mainly refers to the electronic registration of arriving in Germany from dangerous areas.
Croatia, with the exception of the counties of Istria and Bélovar-Bilogora, is known as a dangerous area.