nova, stricter rules for entering Germany valid from tomorrow, August 1st. The German government announced this in response to the increase in the incidence, so all those who enter the country and have not been vaccinated or have not contracted the coronavirus will have to present a negative test.
According to research by the Robert Koch Institute, increase in the number of cases has been observed since early July, and this is associated with probable exposure abroad. Still, how in the weekly report according to the Institute, most transmission still takes place within Germany where 61% of the population has received one and 50% both vaccines.
The report also states and 10 most commonly reported countries of infection since the beginning of July, and Croatia is on the list, in fourth place. Out of 3662 cases, the most infected, 1247 of them, come from Spain, followed by Turkey, the Netherlands and Croatia with 197 infected. At the beginning of July, only five infected people arrived from Croatia, and a week ago that number rose to as many as 84. Behind Croatia are Greece, Russia, France, Italy, Austria and Denmark.
Stricter rules for entering Germany are intended to reduce the possibility of "importing" viruses from abroad. Until now, only passengers traveling by plane had to have a negative test when entering Germany, but from tomorrow, German tourists returning to their homes will have to have a negative test regardless of the method if they have not been vaccinated or have not contracted the coronavirus. travels. The stricter entry regime should last until the end of the year.