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Germany lifts entry ban for travellers from 11 countries

Christian Fernsby ▼ | July 2, 2020
Residents of 11 countries will be eligible to enter the territory of Germany starting from July 2, all of which are also part of the EU Council’s list of ‘safe’ third countries.
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The decision has been taken by the German Federal Cabinet in line with the recommendation of the Council of the European Union issued on June 30, which suggests to the EU Member States and the Schengen Associated countries to lift entry restrictions for the residents of 15 third-countries, deemed as safe.

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The German authorities, however, have decided to open borders to only 11 of them, which are:

Australia
Canada
China
Georgia
Japan
Montenegro
New Zealand
South Korea
Thailand
Tunisia
Uruguay

As per China, Japan, and South Korea, their residents will be allowed to travel to Germany only if they grant Germans with entry into their territory, as the three of them have entry bans for Germans in place.

Residents of these 11 countries, regardless of their nationality, will be able to enter Germany without restrictions, like quarantine or coronavirus test.


 

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