Germany adds the U.S. to its ‘high risk’ list, requiring some travelers to quarantine.


German officials classified the United States as “high risk” on Friday because of the rising number of cases there, affecting unvaccinated tourists who wish to travel to the European country.

After weeks of being able to visit Germany relatively easily, American tourists and other nonessential travelers will have to quarantine for 10 days, starting Sunday, if they cannot document full vaccination or immunity from a past infection. They can shorten their quarantine with a negative test on the fifth day.

The new classification is part of a weekly assessment done by German officials based mostly on infection rates in other countries. Turkey and Israel were also reclassified as high risk.


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