Germany Bans UK Travellers Europe & US to Follow?
Germany Bans UK Travellers
Germany Bans UK Travellers due to covid variant
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0:00 – Germany Bans UK Travellers Europe & US to Follow?
01:37 – Germany Bans UK Travellers
Concerns about the spread of a variant of coronavirus first detected in India caused the German authorities to classify the United Kingdom as a high-risk area of variant concern.
The German Embassy in the UK said the new classification is due to “local outbreaks occurring again, including cases of more infectious variants such as the Indian variant at present.”
Ambassador Andreas Michaelis said the decision was taken after looking “at all available data and details. We did not take this decision lightly.”
The Isle of Man, as well as all Channel Islands and all British overseas territories, are included in the decision.
02:37 – Temporary Ban on UK Travellers
The temporary ban states that travellers from the UK via plane, bus or train cannot enter Germany unless they are German citizen or resident.
03:22 – Tighter Rules for UK Travellers
EU governments are considering tightening restrictions on UK travellers wanting to visit their countries this summer.
This is due to the highly transmissible variant of COVID-19 which is continuing to spread in the UK.
French ministers are now considering stricter coronavirus restrictions for British visitors when tourism reopens this summer.
Germany’s decision has also created concern about whether the United States can finally create a travel corridor with the United Kingdom. Aviation and travel industries have been calling for quarantine free travel between the UK and the US.
Currently, aside from the UK, Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini, India, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa are part of Germany’s list of countries with COVID-19 variants.
Arrivals in Germany from non-variant areas who can prove they have been vaccinated against the virus, or who have recently recovered from COVID-19 will be exempt from the requirement of a negative test certificate and entry quarantine.
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