Germany is lifting restrictions on travelers from Britain, Portugal, Russia, India and Nepal introduced to contain the spread of the coronavirus. The Robert Koch Institute, charged with monitoring the progress of the pandemic in the country, said the easing of measures will begin tomorrow. Great Britain had been inserted by Berlin into the risk areas as of 23 May. Last Tuesday it was also the turn of Russia and Portugal, and until now, those from these countries were forced into a 14-day quarantine. With the new provisions, people who have received both doses of vaccination, or who can demonstrate that they have recovered from Covid, will not have to isolate themselves upon their return or arrival. maximum of 10 days. They will also have the option to get out of quarantine early with a negative test on the fifth day.
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