France, Germany continues to log spike in COVID-19 cases

Europe– France and Germany are the two European nations that have reported the most number of individuals, who have been infected by the variant of the COVID-19 infection from the previous week.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said they have indicated that France has noticed around 941,669 individuals that have been infected by the COVID-19 infection cases in the previous seven days. At the same time, Germany has registered 1,507,979 new cases of the COVID-19 virus.

Moreover, the surge in the cases of the Novel Coronavirus between the two nations has been reported from the start of the pandemic.

Meanwhile, the current situation related to the disease in France and well as Germany does not affect the travelers as they meet the essential needs and continue to be allowed entry.

The French Ministry of the interior mentioned that the individuals traveling are allowed access at this current time as long as they will fulfill the entry rules and regulations.

As per the information shared by the Ministry, the travelers who have arrived in France from the nation which is green-listed are allowed restriction-free entry until they will show a valid vaccination pass.

Along with this, the Ministry mentioned in the statement, “Proof of a complete vaccination schedule becomes sufficient to arrive in France, regardless of the country of origin, as was the case before the distribution of the Omicron variant.”

Additionally, the travelers who have not been vaccinated yet, as well as the people who are traveling from the green-listed nation, can also get access in France, provided that they have to show a valid recovery certificate or a negative COVID-19 test result (PCR or rapid antigen test).

Furthermore, the German Ministry of Interior mentioned in the statement, “Every individual over 12-year-old is obliged to carry proof of their COVID‑19 status at the time of entering Germany. Persons over the age of 12 must therefore have a negative test result or proof of recovery or vaccination when entering Germany.”

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