Germany on Monday said that now, anyone traveling to Germany from a “high-risk area” (which includes the U.S.) will be required to provide 2 negative COVID-19 tests reports before entering the country.
The passengers from the particular areas will need 5 days’ quarantine period between the two tests, even if the first test is negative, said the country.
Travelers will also need to complete an online registration form before entering into the nation.
Germany recently restricted opening nonessential shops, encouraging employees to work from home, closing schools, and banning alcohol consumption in public. These restrications and ban will remain in place until Jan. 10.
It seems like the country is on high alert against the new strain of COVID-19 found in the UK.
Germany reported more than 1.9 million cases of COVID-19 and more than 40,900 deaths last year.
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