“Do not travel to Germany due to COVID-19,” reads the warning posted on the government’s website on Monday (22).
A masked crowd at Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet, Münster, Germany, October 21, 2021 – Photo: Rolf Vennembernd / dpa via AP
The warning was published shortly after the latest recommendations from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends “avoiding travel to Germany.” “If you need to travel to Germany, make sure you have your full vaccination before you travel.”
The agency also warned that due to the current situation in Germany, even travelers who have had a full vaccination course may be at risk of infection and spread of different types of coronavirus that causes covid-19.
The CDC has issued a maximum alert level of 4 for Germany, which indicates a “very high level of covid-19”. Also included in Monday’s class was Denmark.
Faced with rising Covid cases, representatives of Germany’s main parties discuss tougher measures
In all, 13 European countries have been added in the past four weeks to the list of travel destinations to avoid, including Belgium, Croatia, Hungary, Austria and the Netherlands.
On November 8, the United States reopened its borders for vaccination. Visitors from various countries, including Brazil, China, India, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and most of Europe, are now able to enter the United States.
What is the situation of Covid-19 in Germany?
Germany – the most populous country in the European Union, with a population of 83 million – is facing the fourth and most serious wave of Covid-19 in the country.
The main reason cited by specialists is The vaccination rate is considered low, 68% of the population has had a full course of vaccination. That number has been stagnating for a few weeks now.For effective control of the epidemic, experts say, an immunization rate greater than 75% is needed.
This Tuesday, 45,326 new cases of the disease were recorded across the country. The ratio of new infections per 100,000 residents in seven days was 399.8, a new record.
Intensive care units (ICUs) are filling up with Covid-19 patients at a rate German hospitals have not seen before, not even at the height of the epidemic in 2020.
She was vaccinated, cured, or died.
On Monday, Germany’s health minister, Jens Spahn, used radical words in an effort to encourage the population to get vaccinated.
“It is possible that, by the end of this winter, everyone here in Germany will be vaccinated – this is sometimes said, somewhat ironically – or cured or die. But in reality it is,” he said, days after warning that the country You are in a “national emergency” due to COVID-19.
Also on Monday, Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel said the situation in the country was “extremely tragic” and that the measures currently in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 were not enough.
Watch the most viewed videos from g1
“Music fanatic. Professional problem solver. Reader. Award-winning tv ninja.”