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Germany extends travel warning for non-EU countries

Christian Fernsby |
Germany extended its travel warning for non-EU, non-Schengen area countries amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

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Topics: GERMANY   

The previous date of Aug. 31 was extended until Sept. 14, said lrike Demmer, government spokeswoman.

Andrea Sasse, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson, also said it is difficult to make predictions about the pandemic, adding that the situation will be re-evaluated in mid-September, when the summer vacation period ends.

As the situation changes, the warnings for some countries or regions could change, Sasse added.


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