Germany to ease travel rules as Omicron don’t poses any threat: Experts

In Germany, the officials have made the statement that from March 3, all of the nations will be removed from the list of high risk.

The statement of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) mentioned, “As of Thursday, March 3, 2022, at 0:00 a.m., with the entry into force of the “Third Amendment Ordinance to the Coronavirus Entry Ordinance.” None of the states or the regions will be involved in the list of the high-risk.

Moreover, as per the reports, the step depicts the information related to the travellers, that the individuals can now enter Germany without being subject to more entry rules, including pre-enter testing and quarantine requirements.

Along with this, the German body that is responsible for the disease prevention and control, RKI, has demonstrated that the nation has made the decision to relax its travelling rules as the Omicron variant does not cause severe health issues as the other variants do.

However, the similar has been highlighted that the high-risk classification will now only apply to zones that register a rise in the infection rates.

RKI has further added, “The classification as a high-risk area only applies to areas in which there is a high incidence concerning the spread of variants with higher virulence than the omicron variant. Therefore, there is no longer any identification of high-risk areas due to the spread of the omicron variant. ”

Starting from tomorrow, all travellers from the European Union/Schengen Area, as well as those from a safe third nation, will be allowed to enter Germany without having to register or follow any additional entry regulations, thanks to the newly amended laws.

Meanwhile, all of them have only to share a valid vaccination or the recovery certificate or a negative COVID-19 test result.

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