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Germany adds Mauritius to list of ‘high-risk’ areas

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Unvaccinated travellers from Mauritius,  will face stricter entry rules when travelling to Germany starting from Sunday, December 5. Other countries that have been included in Germany’s list of high-risk areas are Switzerland, Poland, Lichtenstein and Jordan.

The decision has been announced by the German health agency for disease prevention and control, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) on December 3, according to SchengenVisaInfo.com.

Travellers who spent time in a high-risk area must carry with them a test result or proof of vaccination or recovery and if demanded by the carrier, present such proof for the purpose of carriage. In case of a stay in an area of variants of concern, only a test result is admitted,” the RKI noted, explaining the rules of entry for those reaching Germany from a high-risk area.

It also pointed out that the proof for the purpose of travel, as well as the proof of vaccination, recovery or test results, should be uploaded at the digital entry registration portal einreiseanmeldung.de.

Those who register through this portal will receive the registration confirmation in their email, which they should carry with them printed or digitally when reaching Germany.

Travellers from high-risk areas are also subject to the obligation of quarantine. However, those who upload proof of recovery or vaccination against the virus are not subject to it.

Those who enter the country with test results, on the other hand, can leave quarantine only on the fifth day if they test for COVID-19 and result negative again.

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