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Germany and the Netherlands put the Canaries on their Green List from 15 May
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The Government of Germany has included the Canary Islands on its green list of safe travel destinations today (Friday), as reported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on its website. This means that, like the UK’s green list, German tourists returning home only need to present a negative PCR test and avoid quarantine.

They are also the second country today to review the islands independently from Spain and allow travel, after the Netherlands gave the green light for both the Canaries and the Balearics earlier this afternoon.
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This is great news for the island hopefully others will follow suit. Especially Ireland 🇮🇪
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A couple of hours ago the German government decided to declare Spain as a 'Hochinzidenzgebiet'. That means from Tuesday on people who have not been vaccinated (or can proof that they have overcome an infection in the last 6 months) have to go into quarantine for 10 days when coming back to Germany. They can reduce quarantine to 5 days if they are tested negative.
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(23-07-2021, 01:48 PM)Fabian Wrote: A couple of hours ago the German government decided to declare Spain as a 'Hochinzidenzgebiet'. That means from Tuesday on people who have not been vaccinated (or can proof that they have overcome an infection in the last 6 months) have to go into quarantine for 10 days when coming back to Germany. They can reduce quarantine to 5 days if they are tested negative.

Hotel quarantine, or at-home?
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At home, Ducks.   Thumbs Up
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(25-07-2021, 07:01 PM)Fabian Wrote: At home, Ducks.   Thumbs Up

Thanks for the into— That's better, at least! The hotel quarantine (and associate prices) scared me a bit. Don't much fancy travel when you could potentially end up in COVID jail eating horrible food prepared by people who may themselves have COVID and paying through the nose for the trouble... I understand the necessity of it, of course, but I'd very much like to avoid that if at all possible.
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