Germany will drop its demand on January 4 for travelers from Britain to quarantine and provide a negative COVID-19 test, requirements that were imposed in December during the escalation of the Omicron coronavirus version.
The German embassy in London said on Twitter that the requirements would be removed from midnight CET on 4 January, meaning people who have been fully vaccinated or have a significant reason to travel will not be allowed to enter Germany. will be allowed to do.
UK Transport Minister Grant Shapps said on Twitter that the news was welcome. Germany had classified the United Kingdom as various areas of concern.
Britain is experiencing another wave of the coronavirus pandemic, driven by Omicron, with a record 183,037 daily cases reported on Wednesday. In Germany, infections increased rapidly during October and November, but decreased in December.