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Germany Declares Most Countries ‘High Risk Areas’

From the perspective of Germany, 145 countries in the world are ‘High Risk Areas’. Nineteen more will be added on Sunday. By now, it would be a lot easier to declare the entire world a ‘High Risk Area’ and list the few exceptions.

Berlin, January 22nd, 2022 (The Berlin Spectator) — There are 195 countries in the world. Germany has declared 145 of them ‘High Risk Areas’ because their extremely high Coronavirus infection numbers make them dangerous places. When the Federal Republic is done adding nineteen more countries to the list tomorrow, Ukraine and the Vatican will be the only spots in Europe that are not ‘High Risk Areas’. Well, Germany itself is not on the list either, but it definitely would be if it was a foreign country.

Long List

These are the nineteen countries that will be ‘High Risk Areas’ from Sunday, January 23rd, 2022:

  • Algeria
  • Bhutan
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Ecuador
  • India
  • Japan
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kosovo
  • Maldives
  • Moldova
  • Mongolia
  • Morocco
  • Nepal
  • Paraguay
  • Romania
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Tunisia
  • Uzbekistan

An this is the entire list of ‘High Risk Areas’ in the world (includes the 19 countries that are being added on Sunday, January 23rd, 2022):

• Albania (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Algeria (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Andorra (high-risk area since 19 December 2021)
• Angola (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Antigua and Barbuda (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Argentina (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Australia (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Austria with the exception of the municipality of Mittelberg and Jungholz and Risstal
in the municipal area of Vomp and Eben am Achensee (high-risk area since 16
January 2022)
• Bahamas (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Bahrain (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Barbados (high-risk area since 19 September 2021)
• Belarus (high-risk area since 1 October 2021)
• Belgium (high-risk area since 21 November 2021)
• Belize (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Benin (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Bhutan (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Bolivia, Plurinational State of (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Bosnia and Herzegovina (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Botswana (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)
• Brazil (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Bulgaria (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Burkina Faso (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Burundi (high-risk area since 26 September 2021)
• Cabo Verde (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Cameroon (high-risk area since 24 October 2021)
• Canada (high-risk area since 1 January 2022)
• Central African Republic (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Chad (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Chile (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Colombia (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Comoros (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Congo, Democratic Republic of the (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Congo, Republic of the (high-risk area since 24 October 2021)
• Costa Rica (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Côte d’Ivoire (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Croatia (high-risk area since 24 October 2021)
• Cyprus (high-risk area since 25 December 2021)
• Czech Republic (high-risk area since 14 November 2021)
• Denmark including the Faroe Islands and Greenland (high-risk area since 19
December 2021)
• Djibouti (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Dominica (high-risk area since 22 August 2021)
• Dominican Republic (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Ecuador (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Egypt (high-risk area since 24 January 2021)
• Equatorial Guinea (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Eritrea (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Estonia (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Eswatini (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)
• Ethiopia (high-risk area since 26 September 2021)
• Fiji (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Finland (high-risk area since 25 December 2021)
• France (high-risk area since 19 December 2021) and the following French overseas
departments and overseas territories:
o Guadeloupe (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
o Guiana (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
o Martinique (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
o Mayotte (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
o Réunion (high-risk area since 19 December 2021)
o Saint Barthélemy (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
o Saint Martin (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
o Saint Pierre and Miquelon (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Gabon (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Gambia (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Georgia (high-risk area since 25 July 2021)
• Ghana (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Greece (high-risk area since 21 November 2021)
• Grenada (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Guinea (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Guinea-Bissau (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Guyana (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Haiti (high-risk area since 8 August 2021)
• Hungary (high-risk area since 14 November 2021)
• Iceland (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• India (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Ireland (high-risk area since 21 November 2021)
• Israel (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Italy (high-risk area since 1 January 2022)
• Jamaica (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Japan (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Jordan (high-risk area since 5 December 2021)
• Kazakhstan (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Kenya (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Korea (Democratic People’s Republic) (high-risk area since 8 August 2021)
• Kosovo (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Kuwait (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Latvia (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• The Lao People’s Democratic Republic (high-risk area since 14 November 2021)
• Lebanon (high-risk area since 19 December 2021)
• Lesotho (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)
• Liberia (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Libya (high-risk area since 18 July 2021)
• Liechtenstein (high-risk area since 5 December 2021)
• Lithuania (high-risk area since 1 October 2021)
• Luxembourg (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Madagascar (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Malawi (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)
• Maldives (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Mali (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Malta (high-risk area since 1 January 2022)
• Mauritania (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Mexico (high-risk area since 8 August 2021)
• Moldova, Republic of (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Monaco (high-risk area since 25 December 2021)
• Mongolia (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Montenegro (high-risk area since 15 August 2021)
• Morocco (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Mozambique (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)
• Namibia (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)
• Nepal (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Netherlands (high-risk area since 21 November 2021) and alloverseas parts of the
Kingdom of the Netherlands
o Aruba (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
o Bonaire (high-risk area since 27 July 2021)
o Curaçao (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
o Sint Eustatius (high-risk area since 27 July 2021)
o Saba (high-risk area since 27 July 2021)
o Sint Maarten (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Niger (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Nigeria (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• North Macedonia (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Norway (high-risk area since 19 December 2021)
• Panama (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Papua New Guinea (high-risk area since 8 August 2021)
• Paraguay (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Peru (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Philippines (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Poland (high-risk area since 5 December 2021)
• Portugal incl. the Azores and Madeira (high-risk area since 25 December 2021)
• Qatar (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Romania (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Russian Federation (high-risk area since 7 July 2021)
• Rwanda (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Saint Kitts and Nevis (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Saint Lucia (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• San Marino (high-risk area since 1 January 2022)
• São Tomé and Príncipe (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Saudi Arabia (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Senegal (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Serbia (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Seychelles (high-risk area since 14 February 2021)
• Sierra Leone (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Slovakia (high-risk area since 31 October 2021)
• Slovenia (high-risk area since 26 September 2021)
• Somalia (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• South Africa (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)
• South Sudan (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Spain incl. the Balearic and Canary Islands (high-risk area since 25 December 2021)
• Sudan (high-risk area since 31 January 2021)
• Suriname (high-risk area since 16 January 2022)
• Sweden (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Switzerland (high-risk area since 5 December 2021)
• Syrian Arab Republic (high-risk area since 31 January 2021)
• Tajikistan (high-risk area since 8 August 2021)
• Tanzania (high-risk area since 14 March 2021)
• Togo (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Trinidad and Tobago (high-risk area since 8 August 2021)
• Tunisia (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Turkey (high-risk area since 17 August 2021)
• Turkmenistan (high-risk area since 8 August 2021)
• Uganda (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• United Arab Emirates (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland incl. all British Overseas
Territories, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)
• United States of America (high-risk area since 25 December 2021)
• Uruguay (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Uzbekistan (high-risk area since 23 January 2022)
• Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of (high-risk area since 19 September 2021)
• Vietnam (high-risk area since 15 August 2021)
• Yemen (high-risk area since 10 October 2021)
• Zambia (high-risk area since 9 January 2022)
• Zimbabwe (high-risk area since 4 January 2022)

Entry Into Germany

People who have set foot into any of the countries listed within ten days before they enter Germany have to follow several rules, unless they are commuters, truck drivers who deliver goods to Germany or part of flight crews. Here they are:

  1. Persons who come in from those countries, or who have been there, need to register on this website (safe link, explanations in fifteen languages, including English) beforehand. They will receive a confirmation which they need to bring along and show at the border.
  2. They need to bring a fresh and negative Corona test result (antigen or PCR), a Corona vaccination certificate which shows they got at least two shots or proof for their status as persons who recently recovered from COVID-19.
  3. They are required to upload the certificates they bring to the registration website. The confirmation they receive will contain an upload link.
  4. Persons who enter Germany from ‘High Risk Areas’ generally have to go into quarantine for 10 days. This period can be shortened the moment the people affected upload test certificates with negative outcomes, vaccination certificates or documents that prove they recently recovered to the website mentioned. Doing so before arriving in Germany will get rid of the quarantine.
  5. Persons who come in from ‘Virus Variant Areas’ have to go into quarantine for 14 days. In this case, there is no ‘get-out-of-quarantine-for-free card’. Except there are no ‘Virus Variant Areas’ right now. All but 31 countries in the world are ‘High Risk Areas’.

Looking for the daily Corona update for Germany? Find it here.
ALL CORONA CHRONOLOGIES:
Corona Chronology for Germany, 2022 (from Dec. 22nd, 2021)
Corona Chronology for Germany, 2021
Corona Chronology for Germany, 2020

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