Fully vaccinated non European to enter Germany


BERLIN: Fully vaccinated against Covid-19 travellers from non-European Union countries will be allowed to enter Germany from June 25 unless the country is designated a virus variant area, the German interior ministry has said, reports Reuters.

"Visiting trips and tourism thus become possible again for vaccinated people," said the ministry, adding that individuals must have received the final required dose of their vaccine 14 days prior to travel. Entry from virus-variant areas continues to be excluded, it added.

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