New Travel Warning: Germany Puts Zadar County on the Red List

Daniela Rogulj



September 3, 2020 – In the latest corona travel news, Germany puts Zadar County on the red list of risky countries. reports that the German Government has added Zadar County to the new list of epidemiologically risky areas and warned its citizens not to travel to the area due to the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases.

The warning does not constitute a ban on travel to these areas

On Wednesday, the German Robert Koch Institute added Zadar County to the list of risky areas, in addition to the popular tourist destinations of Sibenik-Knin and Split-Dalmatia counties, the dpa agency reported.

The warning also does not constitute a travel ban on these areas, but suggests passengers reconsider their plans. In addition, it allows passengers to cancel trips at no additional cost.

Germany considers countries or regions where 50 or more cases of infection have been reported in seven days to be high-risk areas

Germany considers high-risk areas to be countries or regions where 50 or more cases of new coronavirus infections per 100,000 inhabitants have been reported in seven days.

Declaring an area risky means that those returning from vacation must be tested for coronavirus and remain in self-isolation until they receive a negative test result.

On August 20, the German Foreign Ministry issued a warning for travel to Sibenik-Knin and Split-Dalmatia counties due to the increased number of new coronavirus infections.

Who has put Croatia on the red list so far?

So far, Croatia has been put on the red list by Austria, the UK, Slovenia and Cyprus.

Unlike those countries that declared the whole of Croatia a red zone, Germany put only two Dalmatian counties in the red, which yesterday they extended to the third – Zadar County.

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