The State Department has again revised its travel advice. More and more areas in Holland and Germany are turning red. If you still want to travel to a green country, you should go to Eastern Europe.
Our list of government color codes is updated every Friday and is valid as of Saturday. It is based on data and criteria sent every Thursday by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The latest update came from ECDC yesterday.
Foreign Affairs now has large areas of the Netherlands, Germany and Austria red Colored. in a Holland This relates to Groningen, Friesland, Drenthe, Overijssel, Gelderland, Utrecht, Zeeland, North Brabant and Limburg. in a Germany They are the regions of Braunschweig, Hanover, Lüneburg and Weser-Ems. and in Austria These are Upper Austria, Salzburg and Voralberg.
See also: Since last month, the Netherlands has been carrying out stricter border checks
In addition, parts of Croatia (Bannonese Croatia), Italy (Lazio), Norway (Western Norway), Slovenia (Eastern and Western Slovenia), San Marino employment Vatican City red.
Conversely, some areas also go from red to orange. This includes North and Central Jutland in Denmark , Ticino in Switzerland , Azores Portugal, Asturias in Spain en Campania in Italy. Molise in Italy – vice versa – from green to orange and this also applies to the western and northwestern regions of Romania.
Åland region Finland Then it goes from orange to Green color, Central Norland region in Sweden From red to green. Totally green countries It can only be found in Eastern Europe. About PolandAnd Czech RepublicAnd HungaryAnd Slovakia employment Latvia.
In countries or regions with a red symbol you have a high risk of contamination, an orange symbol indicates a moderate risk and a green color indicates a low risk. This has an impact on what you should do if you travel to a certain area and then return to Belgium (Passenger Locator Form).
from U.S knee area It is from the European Union and does not have a certificate of vaccination or cure, it must be tested. This is possible in the country of residence and after that the PCR test may be a maximum of 72 hours upon return to Belgium. If you return without a test result, you can also take the test yourself in Belgium on the first or second day after you return home from your trip. Is your test negative? Then you can get out of quarantine. Children under 12 years old do not need to be tested.
The vaccination certificate proves that you have received the full vaccination for at least two weeks. Recovery Certificate showing that you have recovered from Covid-19. You have had a positive PCR test that is less than 180 days old and the quarantine has ended.
from U.S green or orange area He does not need to be tested and does not need to be quarantined.
The full list of green, orange and red zones can be found at info-coronavirus.be.
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