08.Oct .2020 11:22

Germany Declared the Whole of Georgia to Be a Coronavirus Risk Region

Germany Declared the Whole of Georgia to Be a Coronavirus Risk Region
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Germany declared the whole of Georgia, Jordan, Romania, and Tunisia to be coronavirus risk regions, meaning returnees from there will have to enter quarantine pending a negative coronavirus test – Reuters reports.
 
The Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases published the latest assessment on its website on Wednesday. Regions of other countries were also added to the quarantine list, including in the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Croatia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Hungary. The French island of Corsica was removed from the list.
 
Germany declares regions to be risky when the number of coronavirus infections exceeds 50 per 100,000 inhabitants over seven days.