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Germany does not consider Kosovo a risk area for COVID-19

The Robert Koch Institute in Germany has made a number of changes to the list of countries at risk due to the COVID-19 virus.

Warnings are removed for Kosovo and several other countries.

As reported by DW, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Cyprus and Ukraine have been removed from the list of danger zones.

This also applies to two regions in Norway and the island of Madeira in Portugal.

Anyone coming to Germany from these areas by land in the future should no longer respect any entry restrictions due to Coronavirus.

For all these countries and regions, the German Foreign Ministry no longer issues travel warnings.

The US and Canada are also no longer at risk as of Sunday.

However, in these two states there is still a ban on entry for Germans not living there.

Due to the declining number of Coronavirus infections, the federal government removes all of Austria and parts of Greece, Croatia and Switzerland from the list of countries at risk.

This was announced by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI).

The EU is working on an “emergency brake” if the situation worsens again. / dw /

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