Germany rates Netherlands as high coronavirus infection risk - RKI

Reuters | Frankfurt | Updated: 04-04-2021 17:10 IST | Created: 04-04-2021 17:06 IST
Germany rates Netherlands as high coronavirus infection risk - RKI
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Germany's Robert Koch Institute said on Sunday it was designating the Netherlands an area of particularly high risk of coronavirus infection due to a high number of cases in the country.

This means that from Tuesday people entering Germany from the Netherlands will need to provide documentation of a negative coronavirus test.

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