#AceHealthReport – June.03: However, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas stressed that a full resumption of travel will have to be gradual: This year’s summer holidays “won’t have much to do with the past vacations you’ve known; people should remain careful and everybody should not start traveling at once”, he said:
#Coronavirus Report: Germany plans to lift ‘ border and the travel restrictions ‘ from June.15: unless situation deteriorates:
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A travel warning and entry restrictions were put in place in Germany in mid-March, after a spike in infection numbers across continent, particularly in Italy and Spain: Currently, most foreign nationals can only enter Germany for essential transit or if they have a residence permit, and most arrivals are required to self-quarantine.
Under the new rules, restrictions will be lifted for EU countries, along with the UK, and four non-EU countries that are part of the border-free Schengen zone: Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein: From 15 June, Germany will issue individual travel advice for each country, including specific risks and updates on the pandemic situation:
In mid-May, Germany removed border controls with Luxembourg, allowing people to move freely between the two nations: EU foreign ministers will be holding discussions over the next two weeks on gradually easing border controls across the bloc, while minimising the risk of the infection:
#AceHealthDesk report …………..Published: June.03: 2020:
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