Anyone traveling from Switzerland to Germany has to be in quarantine for ten days. This does not apply to people who have been vaccinated or have recovered.
Without 2G you have to be in quarantine for ten days.
The corona numbers are rising sharply in Switzerland.
Now Germany is reacting.
The Robert Koch Institute classifies Switzerland as a high-risk area.
The German government is downgrading due to the high number of corona infections Sunday entered Poland and Switzerland as high-risk areas. The Robert Koch Institute announced this on Friday.
Anyone who enters Germany from a high-risk area and is not fully vaccinated or has recovered has to be in quarantine for ten days and can only get rid of it with a negative test five days after arrival at the earliest.
Also Liechtenstein, Jordan and Mauritius are classified as such. Thailand, Uzbekistan and St. Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean are removed from the risk list.
The classification as a high-risk area is automatically accompanied by a travel warning from the Foreign Office in Berlin for unnecessary tourist trips. It makes it easier for tourists to cancel already booked trips free of charge, but does not mean a travel ban.
What does this mean for shopping tourists? You will find out more in a moment. Update follows.
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