RKI: Croatia and Bulgaria are high risk areas | current tourism

The latest classification by the Robert Koch Institute could affect holidaymakers in the autumn break: Croatia and Bulgaria will be high-risk areas from Sunday, October 24th (00:00). This means that vacationers who have not been vaccinated or have recovered must be quarantined. The following applies to everyone: You must fill out the Federal Republic of Germany’s return entry form.

Cameroon, the Republic of the Congo and Singapore have also been declared high risk areas. On the other hand, Honduras, Iraq, Kenya and Kosovo are no longer considered high-risk areas.


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