The German authorities have included Spain in the list of countries with a wide spread of coronavirus. Restrictions for tourists are still minimal, but they could be tightened quickly.
The German authorities put the whole of Spain on the list of countries with “widespread SARS-CoV-2 virus”. This was announced on July 9 by the Robert-Koch-Institut (RKI). Spain will officially enter this list from July 11 – it is from this date that the German Foreign Ministry does not recommend fellow citizens to enter its territory.
Spain, and in particular its Canary Islands and Mallorca, are very popular with German tourists. The changes for those who will go there now are minimal, writes the German weekly Der Spiegel. Tourists, as before, upon returning to Germany, will have to present either a negative test, or a certificate of vaccination, or a certificate of transferred covid, and then they will not have to go into quarantine.
Germany considers “regions with a wide spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus” those where there are more than 50 new infections per 100 thousand inhabitants per week. In Spain, this figure has now risen to 179. If it is more than 200, Germany can assign Spain the status of a country with a wide spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus.
Such countries are considered in Germany the most dangerous to visit, and for those who come from there, the strictest restrictions apply: entry is allowed only for German citizens and holders of a residence permit, and everyone who crossed the border is ordered to spend 14 days in home quarantine without the right to be released early. from him by passing a second PCR test. Now such rules in Germany apply to Cyprus. Previously, this list included Russia, Portugal and the UK, but now the restrictions on entry from these countries have been softened again, > reports.
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