Germany issues travel warnings for Brussels, French Guyana
The German Foreign Ministry warned against non-essential travel to EU regions where there have been more than 50 coronavirus cases per 100,000 inhabitants over the past week. Belgium’s province of Antwerp is already subject to a warning.
“There is currently a warning in place for non-essential, tourist travel to the capital Brussels and the province of Antwerp,” the ministry said on its travel advice website. The restrictions mean returnees face a compulsory virus test and two weeks’ quarantine if they refuse.
The ministry also issued a warning against travel to French Guyana. ■