Catalonia and Madrid are no longer risk areas for Germany


That it is not a COVID-19 risk area means that people who travel to these autonomous communities already they will not need to do a lockdown upon his return to Germany, although yes present a negative test upon entering the country again.

The withdrawal of this consideration occurs automatically, according to the criteria of the Robert Koch Institute, when the weekly incidence is below the 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

If you travel to a community in a risk zone, when you return to Germany you must quarantine.

Before these communities, neither were autonomous regions such as the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands, Extremadura, Asturias, the Valencian Community, Cantabria or Castilla-La Mancha, which were among the last to leave the ‘black list’.

The following are classified as risk areas: Andalusia, Navarre, Country Basque Y The Rioja.

In this Friday’s update, it has also stopped considering risk destinations to France, Belgium, Greece, Swiss, Norway, among other countries and regions.