On June 15, 2020, Germany will stop issuing travel warnings related to the coronavirus, according to an announcement made by the country. Heiko Maas, the Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs, made the announcement to the press through a videoconference that Germany will downgrade its travel advisory for certain countries to the status of travel advice or recommendations.
Is it safe to travel to Germany in July?
- As of the first of July, the German government will no longer recommend that its citizens avoid traveling overseas for leisurely purposes.
- However, there are still restrictions in place for nations like Britain and India that have greater infection rates or where different virus types are circulating in the population.
- Hope and confidence are making their way back to Germany as summer approaches.
Which countries have lifted the US travel ban?
- Midway through the month of March in 2021, the government will remove the travel restriction placed on citizens of the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea.
- At this time, a ″travel attestation″ must be obtained through the website of the Ministry of the Interior by every traveler coming from the United States.
- Additionally, the passenger must demonstrate that they are an important traveler with a compelling purpose to enter the country.
Does Germany allow unrestricted entry to citizens of other countries?
People arriving from a certain number of countries on Germany’s so-called ″safe list″ are exempt from the country’s admission requirements, though. The entrance prohibition does not apply to citizens of Germany or members of their immediate family, nor does it apply to citizens of the European Union or affiliated nations or members of their immediate family.
Which countries are banned from entering Austria?
As of the 27th of November, planes and visitors from the following countries are not permitted to enter Austria: Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.