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Germany Suspends All Entry Restrictions from June 1

From June 1, Germany will suspend the 3G rule until the end of August.

On the morning of May 25, according to the Robert Koch Institute, the seven-day incidence fell below 300. As a result, the rules of entry into Germany will be relaxed. This is the news that tourists have been waiting for so long.

From now on, tourists coming to Germany and other immigrants will no longer have to prove that they have been vaccinated, recovered or passed tests.

Greece has significantly relaxed quarantine restrictions since May 1, including unvaccinated citizens. In particular, the division into vaccinated and unvaccinated has been abolished.

Entering Austria no longer requires proof of vaccination, recovery passes, or testing after all COVID-19-related entry requirements were dropped from Monday, May 16th.

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